Wednesday, April 18, 2012

small & fragile


small things bring the greatest wonder
&
fragile ones need the greatest protection

10 comments:

Cynthia Eloise said...

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.

sukipoet said...

I love it that you saw this tiny leaf and treated it with love.!

Lynda Howells said...

what a great way to keep it safe! I often have delicate leaves and flowers...like this idea. Thanks for sharing.xlynda

Laura Tringali Holmes said...

Speaks to the rewards of taking the time to be aware in the moment.

Rita said...

OMGosh! What a tiny skeletal leaf! And a perfect place to store it. Priceless! :)

Gayle Price said...

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

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Simple elegance in leaf skeletons! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

You are so good at noticing. xox

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

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.

Becca said...

Ahhh...:-)