Freiheit means freedom in German and even though I made this artwork three years ago, it returned to my mind now and wanted to be born into the wider world.
… will always find its way.
Isn’t that a wonderful quote by Trisha Yearwood?
What stories can you tell, that make this quote so true?
Following my post on making 2020 and the new decade a kinder, happier, and more mindful year and decade, I love to share a story with you today in that spirit and in that of the introductory quote. Read more
“The sky is the ultimative art gallery just above us.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
How often do you stand still to look up into the sky?
When did you last get lost watching the clouds or a sunset?
How do you then feel?
The sun is shining, the sky is blue, the temperature freezing cold, though. Still the birds sing and the air smells a bit like spring.
While it may somewhat feel (if you ignore the icy mornings) and sound a little bit like spring, I reckon winter still has us in its grip. It is January after all.
Having said that, the title and the featured image of this story is flowery. What? In winter? Yes, you will see colours, flowers, and green landscape pictures today. For arid regions amazingly come into bloom whenever there is enough rain no matter what time of the year.
How often a day do you look in a mirror? What does it tell you?
Somehow, the photos I share with you today caught my eye when working in Lightroom and they quite obviously are about reflection and mirroring. I had these rays of sunlight stunningly shining through clouds already in my last post. But now, they are mirrored in the Chobe river in Botswana.
The magic did not want to stop that day and I remember me standing there with my camera in hand speechless by the jaw-dropping sceneries I was just witnessing. I even completely forgot about the wild African animal kingdom around me that could potentially appear… elephants, buffalos, leopards, lions, hyenas to name a few :0). Read more