By the Sea
In still moments by the sea life seems large-drawn and simple. ~ Rolf Edberg
Is this beautiful display in your home, Barbara? It’s really lovely.
Yes, thank you, Joanne! It’s on a blanket chest I use as a sideboard in my dining room. That early morning I walked by and happened to notice a sunbeam lighting it up for just a few minutes…
My playful sister came up with a few words for my Wordless Wednesday. 🙂
“A still life photographic image of a sunbeam that traces across a small angel statuette, a wooden bowl of pine cones and dried flowers, and a white metal candle holder in the shape of a garden pergola.”
This kind of description is good for accessibility for the blind.
I also thought she might also be good at describing paintings in an art museum.
I notice the Norwegian word HJEMME under the tags above 🙂
And Barbara, the blog that you signed up to follow is silent most of the time – I have another blog: https://ninotchka44.wordpress.com/
You are very observant, Leelah! 🙂 In my ten years of blogging you are the first person to notice it, or at least to mention it to me. 😉
I am now following both of your blogs. Your book arrived yesterday and was added to my “to read” stack. It looks very interesting, especially with the music to go along with some of the chapters.
Happy to hear it, Barbara!
Beautiful photo, great composition, and that light is perfect. ❤️
Thank you, Ally. That ray of sun didn’t stay there long! ♡
You’ve captured the light beautifully in this serene arrangement. Just lovely.
Thank you so much, Melissa! It was such a magical moment with the light.
How nice this is! I love the angel/light energy. It’s like a whisper from Spirit that we can relax and be reassured. All is well, even though it doesn’t look like it, couldn’t look like it. But the angel and light point the way back to a place in us that knows it. I am remembering that place now.
Thank you, Kathy! “A whisper from Spirit,” indeed. It did feel like a comforting message, gently delivered. The knowing of it comes and goes for me, and also the need for reassurance. The etymology of the word angel comes from the Greek word ἄγγελος, which translates to “messenger.” Many blessings to you, my friend. ♡
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