I love, love this post! Your photo and words from Tao Te Ching compliment each other so beautifully. It brings calmness to my mind, Diane.
A beautiful blog Diane. We all need peace and restfulness around us.
i love your post Diane, the words and the pictures brought tears to my eyes. i do need more time to enjoy the amazing life outside, thanks for sharing this happiness.
This plant on your profile, what is it? Is it a mullein?http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2009/08/mullein.html
words of wisdom well said and illustrated...thank you for sharing what is simple but beautiful!
Diane, the words along with these pictures are so moving. I'm finding myself very much in a place of peace right now...
What a delightful series of photos, Diane. I enjoy seeing the beauty of Arizona that surrounds you.
I really love how the purple pops out in the first picture.
This reminds me that I need to just slow down and enjoy all I have. So why do I have this little voice inside saying I'll FINALLY be happy when I have my next 12 songs recorded and ready or when I win Kerrville New Folk next year. And why does that little voice matter so much to me?I guess I really need to work on what you say here.
Wonderful post. I love the monochromatic images!
Those are great words from Tao and the photos go well with the words. Have a happy Sunday Diane. Oh, btw I'd like to know the name of that green flower from your photo profile.
Hi, Pacey, I'm not sure what kind of plant my profile photo is. Ann inquired if it was a Mullein, but the leaves aren't fuzzy, so probably not. It was in a succulent garden and my best guess would be a Sempervivum.
OMG! you are doing so well in photography Diane! this series is my favourite so far. :)
Wonderful words with beautiful photos. Good selection for reflection and to follow.
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