December 13th

"Landscapes have a language of their own, expressing the soul of the things, lofty or humble which constitute them - from the mighty peaks to the smallest of the tiny flowers hidden in the meadow grass." - Alexandra David-Neel

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4 Responses to “December 13th”

  1. Marie Says:

    Lovely image ..It’s exciting to see the those tiny wild flowers amongst the grass as the first sign of summer..all different colours and perfect they are…better than the biggest rose.

  2. Bruce Says:

    Roses are nice too , but I think we have see so many of them – and a little over used on greeting cards. Maybe I can offer a sideline here of Tibetan meadow flower greeting cards. I do like the fact that you have to lie down in a big meadow and get into insect scale to appreciate these flowers. Up close and lying on the earth.

  3. Marie Says:

    maybe one day you will lay on the earth for so long trying to capture small wild flowers and canny little insects you will put down roots and become a little blue forget- me -not or maybe a shrinking violet..that’ll be the day.

  4. Marie Says:

    I think that sideline is a great idea.

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