because art is a daily practice
i found a dried up hydrangea blossom blown under a bush the other day, it looked like your leaf only it's the whole flower cluster. it's sitting on my work desk next to a canvas, i have to find a place to use it.
I love it that you saw this tiny leaf and treated it with love.!
what a great way to keep it safe! I often have delicate leaves and flowers...like this idea. Thanks for sharing.xlynda
Speaks to the rewards of taking the time to be aware in the moment.
OMGosh! What a tiny skeletal leaf! And a perfect place to store it. Priceless! :)
There is always so much to delight in when something is tiny......is it the vulnerability.....I don't know, but your photo is beautiful. Now on to a matter totally different...I was very impressed that your hubby even knows who The Crows are ! But, we have 2 teams from South Australia in the National Football League and we barrack for the other one, The Power ! Of course when they're not playing each other we "go the Crows". xx
Simple elegance in leaf skeletons! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
You are so good at noticing. xox
Here I was wondering what it was. I'm so glad everyone who commented seemed to know, except me of course. I knew it was lovely, that was all that mattered.
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