Hey SharonI can perfectly understand the 'rock love' haha.. and how the light sometimes is just right!! lovely..We have a storm rolling in right now.. and that always brings unusual light,.. [and ppl scurrying]Have a great week.. ciao xxx Julie
Julie!! I know you get that whole 'rock love' thing. I think we just passed each other on the highway. Funny, huh? I just got back from commenting on your 'Rock Graffiti'! I must say, in comparison, these rocks are rather pebble like. But if you know where to look, you'll find graffiti here too. Take Care, and I hope your week is wonderful. xxx
Hi Sharon,Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm always on the lookout for those moments of "unexpected perfectness". Lovely!
Hello, thank you for stopping by my blog post and leaving a nice comment about my recent trip to Japan.. your images here are beautiful and proof to the Zen tenet to live every moment.
Hello Lynn, I enjoyed my visit tremendously. Your work and posts are very beautiful.Thank you. I live for 'those moments of unexpected perfectness'. In a very crazy world, finding these moments are a wonder and a gift.
Hello Donna,Thank you for your comment. And Thank You for sharing your visit to Japan. Your images from Osaka and Nara reflect the magnificent beauty found there. I have long wished to visit Nara. Your photos are so enticing!
My husband is Japanese so we are very much into Zen too, except my daughter who is very messy and disorganized...even in cooking as you saw in the Nigella parody, it's not really a parody actually, it's the way she cooks. I have got to find her a husband who can cook because she hates to even set foot in the kitchen. By the way, Sayaka is also following you, she is HungryCaramella. I'm very glad to meet you. Happy New Year!
Hello Francesca (& Sayaka, too!) and Welcome, friends. I really enjoyed my visit to your blog. So wonderfully entertaining. And Sayaka may be messy and disorganized, but she has a wonderful voice, and so much talent - outside of the kitchen!!! I'm very glad to meet both of you and am looking forward to more visits! Smiling, as I say this.