A little of this, a little of that, a blessing here and there
Beautiful painting and I love the quote.Giant Crickets Invade Norway
So true and poignant. And beautiful.Thank you.
kathleen - a lovely painting and the writing is insightful. let it flow - steven
Water is a fascinating substance. Gas, liquid, solid. It will seep out of the tiniest hole, crack or crevice where nothing else will. It is life sustaining and soothing. Soft and yielding, yes, if you move into it and through it slowly, it pars if you arrow into it. But it is also the hardest substance, it does not compress as anyone who has done a belly flop can tell you.
Hi Kathleen,Wise words that probably don't occur to most folks in quite that way.
Water always wins...
Love the painting, Kathleen, is it one of yours?And the quote is very thought-provoking.
Lovely colours. The quote is wonderful too.
@Nessa: Thank you. An amazing substance, water!
@Alix: Thank you my dear!
@Steven: Yes! Let it flow . . .
@Ellen: Wow! Beautifully stated! Written by someone who apparently ahs some experience!
@Derrick: Indeed--the amazing duality of such a substance. Something I'm trying to keep in mind these days.
@Jinksy: Truer words never spoken! Ever read a book called "The World Without Us"?...makes that point quite dramatically!
@Mimi: Oh, how I wish I could paint, but nom it's by an artist named Jim Wagner. If you click on the gray text below the painting, you can see more of his work featured at Parks Gallery in Taos. Have a look!
@Hilary: Thank you, my dear. Ever bee to Taos? I think you'd love the galleries an natural beauty there. And on your way, you could stop in Minneapolis and visit me!!!
Lovely painting, and the quote is so true. Utah's wonderful canyons and mountains are largely hewn by wind and water. Day by day, they are gentle and weak, but applied over time, they make a huge difference. A lesson in persistence?
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