They say no two snowflakes are the same, molecularly speaking, (though they can be almost identical) The difference comes from the molecular arrangement of the extensive network of water molecules as water freezes. It is amazing how a slight twist, a slight tilt in the arrangement of the same number of water molecules creates this vast variety of shapes and patterns.
These are four of about thirty flakes that landed on my woolen glove :). Each beautiful, each magical, each unique.
In response to the weekly photo challenge : variation on a theme
Photo clicked at the Adirondacks Balloon Festival, 2015
In response to the weekly photo challenge : ascend
As the windy autumn evening tosses and turns, sending the peacefully floating leaves into a frenzy, almost like a choreographed dance gone wrong, gone wrong but still ever so beautiful.
As the bare branches seek blessings from winter, forced to take a bow under the piling snow, the dull, cold, shrinking days make summer but a distant dream.
As life then rushes in with the birds and flowers and butterflies, an unwavering enthusiasm almost hard to ignore fills the air
Bringing in the warm summer rains, splashing color on the skies, making a rainbow or two, as the soil sublimes into that earthy fragrance,
I sit by the window, embracing change, enjoying the temporary ways of life, knowing that nothing is permanent.
Did you know the word temporary is of latin origin, comes from the word “temporarius” – of seasonal character / lasting for a short time. So for this week’s challenge I chose a set of four pictures that represent – Seasons.
Also I am happy I finally have the picture from autumn to complete the set. 🙂
In response to the weekly photo challenge : temporary
A few of us got together to carve some pumpkins for halloween, it was a lot of fun and they look great for the first time I think 😀
P.S. We used carving kits and the kit is highly recommended if you ever want to try it out. I had used my kitchen knives earlier, which works okay but the tools in the kit make it way easier to get into more intricate designs.
The past few months have been crazy! I have been rather busy packing up the past two years of life into small and medium boxes – some sturdy, some fragile, stuffing memories into overflowing suitcases and making “see you soon” promises that probably are as empty as the house we left behind…
Moving to a new place is always exciting, but it is also painful to leave behind a place you called home, familiar faces , accustomed roads….your comfort zone.
Well here’s to new beginnings…hoping what this wise man once said is true – “All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.”. – Robin Sharma.
Off to smell some flowers…..see you later!