I just came across this gem via one of my girlfriend’s posts.
It gave me goosebumps.
I found it impactful and beautifully done. ❤
It has a profound message.
The Facebook page Access Oneness posted this clip with this lead-in comment:
“So, you lose balance and you fall … but, what do you do next? Stop? Or go on? Make art out of falling …”
P.S. Re-watching it…..I just noticed something else. Look at the colouring of the trees from the aerial view.
Popped up from the ground,
Tiny green stems holding up
White flower greetings!
The start of every new spring season I always keenly await those first brave little bulb flowers who cheerily greet me with their delicate white faces.
Such a joyful sight to behold amid the backdrop of last year’s brown and dried vegetation.
Just now I went outside to capture some of their beauty to share with you.
I hope you like them!
The flower in the photo above is a snowdrop.
These next ones are called “Glory in the Snow” and also “Striped Squill.”
(….the names I found as I was googling….. )
For me it’s an endless pleasure to gaze at these tiny white spring flowers.
Here are more snowdrops…..
Arching cactus arms;
Noduled stems of deepest green –
Flower flames at tip.
Such a welcome warm colour at my windowsill.
Christmas Cacti (Schlumbergera) can be so generous with their blooms.
(Archived: photo taken in December of 2012)
Snugly curly whorls,
Outer petals yaw open;
Note: Dug this one from my archives….in May of 2012 I was having some fun with my camera and this single white rose. I tried different placements and angles and finally lucked into this one using a black background, thereby having the rose’s creamy whiteness jump out even more.
I was pleased with the effect!
Tiny, thin branches,
Life force transporters.
I was immediately entranced with this image of the black trees and the lighter background. The silhouette effect seemed to enhance the delicateness and intricate meshing of all those tiny branches on the trees.
It reminded me of our lungs.
The two tree trunks are the bronchi. They branch into smaller, thinner tubes called the bronchioles. In this photo, those are the next smaller branches coming from the main trunk stems.
In lungs, the bronchioles end in air sacs called alveoli, which are covered in a mesh of tiny blood vessels…..the capillaries.
See how those smaller tree branches continue into a myriad of even tinier branches….and they appear to mesh into a splayed outward pattern.
And the thought occurred to me that as our lungs bring in life-giving air into our bodies, so do the tree’s branches that in spring and summer are covered in leaves. Aside from the food absorbed by the roots, the leaves and branches are a tree’s other means of keeping its life force going. The bareness of winter shows this resemblance to the blood vessels in lungs more clearly.
In my imagination I see two tree “lungs” with their capillaries.
Aren’t they beautiful?
In a tiny brief post on a fellow blogger’s page, I just now discovered this link….and wow!
Almost passed it by….
I’m glad I decided to peek instead.
This is the link to the blog post, which originally caught my attention….
And this is the subsequent link to the blog post by Karim Iliya, who created this beautiful film.
Saying good-bye to another inspiring, beautiful soul. ❤
(photo courtesy of Google images)
She made me laugh; she had me smiling; she had me thinking.
Mary Tyler Moore inspired me. From the days of the Dick Van Dyke show and with her own show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show. I loved those shows. Great stories – well written and acted dramatic and comedic bits. She became a role model for me to be confident and take on challenges and face the world with optimism.
Thank you, Mary. ❤ ❤
I just found this video clip today.
Good to see Joan Jett put her spin on The Mary Tyler Moore show’s theme song, “Love is All Around.” 😀
A fun tribute! ❤
“Who can turn the world on with her smile?
Who can take a nothing day, and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile?”