I find a mirror here oftentimes. I was photographing clouds & birds (and dragonflies, of course) earlier this week. Oh, how I love clouds and birds!! Did you know that dragonflies spend up to a year under water, being born/formed, then they live on the earth for a short while, then they fly? Surely, I was a dragonfly in a former life. To such intimately know earth, sky, water...how amazing is that? I'm so eager for tonight's full 'super' moon. It's my birth-month full moon. :-)
Erin, these posts are beautiful, moving, deep and strong. Greatly affecting. Parts of the world, now, for me.(I've taken the liberty of putting up a link to your blog, with your permission hopefully -- ? Thanks.)
here is a wonderful reason to go on ,further and further; the dance is of one of one own, no,forever. i feel myself touched and purified by Immensity...
such a courageous little bird who doesn't know the word courage. thank you for sharing him with me.xoerin
"Words at the limit of hearing, attributable to no one, received in the conch of the ear like dew by a leaf." (philippe jaccottet) or even a quiet presence is appreciated))