Metaphors

“…For life is tangential and circulatory like the veins on a leaf or in a chamber of the heart. Or like the web of tributaries feeding water to a continent.”
by Mark Nepo, Seven Thousand Ways to Listen

What captured my interest and why? A sunset excursion to a nearby beach presented us with a vast beach area ranging again from pebbles, to rocks, boulders and sand. The vegetation at various stages of drying I was pulled into exploring these feather-like lines in the sand created by the retreating tide influenced by rocks and shells to reveal each “drawing” as a unique way to communicate with the world.

Sometimes we focus on the smallest changes to bring us profound insights. This was one such moment…

With kindness, Anna

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