...sometimes even a single feather is enough to fly. (Robert Maclean)


spring palette

One of the things I love most about this time of year
is watching how much changes in such a short span of time... 

Here's the morning to afternoon progression of a single crocus, for example:

and helleborus:

Life is changing all the time, but it's so evident in the earliest spring.  
The world gets greener by the minute. 

I visit a spot in the garden, walk away for a little bit, come back to the same spot,
and it's like a different place. 

Such clear evidence of how dynamic and truly alive everything is.  
Always moving.
Ourselves included.

 No matter how much we feel we are stationary or still,
we never are. 

I love the way color is coming back into the world,
in little sweet spots, all over.

If the senses are open,
some colors simply take one's breath away...

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