I seem to be bottled up of late. I’ve enjoyed times behind my camera but struggled with sharing what I’ve seen. A fellow artist friend challenged me yesterday to just get on with it.
Here is one image I want to share today, a detail of a tulip grown locally by the amazing Emily von Trapp. There WILL be more photographs.
Thank you for your patience and your continued support.
thanks for sharing your efforts. always inspiring. t
Thanks, Theo, I know you know what it takes having inspired so many of us with your music, smile and teaching all these years.
Your work touches so many people. What a gift you give to us all, letting us see light and beauty and simplicity and complexity.
Thank you, my dear friend. Hoping you are home with pleasant memories of your travels. Hugs to you both.
Your beautiful images together with the stories you relate about where you live always inspire me. “Still Learning To See” is my favorite email! Thank-you so much for your efforts to date.
Much appreciated! You’ll be impetus to keep at it in these hard times.
The tulip’s beauty a marvel, your ability to find beauty a marvel, what else shall we turn to in such times? Thank you.
At a time when our inboxes are all filled with concerns about COVID 19, I clicked on Still Learning to See knowing that I would be nurtured by your words and your pictures. We are needing spaces of beauty and wonder tucked in between all the news these days. Thank you, John!
YES!! Many thanks.