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All Change

I'm introducing more colour into my life
as signified by my new header,
it has been grey for to~o~o long!

Grey has a place I know,
quite restful actually,
a place to slow down
and just Be,
to contemplate,
gain some perspective.












































Several natural awakenings have taken place through my 'ordeal',
the time has come for change, some small changes,
some tall, that is a 'tall order' for me,
requiring a dash of brave commitment!

I want to keep it simple, but yet meaningful,
not bogged down with too much detail, the balance of simplicity and interest is my aim!

Sundays I'm going to be talking about Yoga and my 'awakening', hope you will pop by!

On the subject of simplicity and minimalism I'm ~>

Linking with

Bonnie and other photo artists at ~>
Pixel Dust Photo-Art


Comments

sunflowerkat321 said…
Your image takes my breath away.

Kat
Bonnie said…
What a lovely composition! The muted tones are peaceful and I love the feeling of looking up. Thank you for sharing your art with Photo Art Friday!
So interesting to hear of the changes that are underway for you! Can hardly wait to hear about your "awakening"! I too have been one to find the grey place quite restful and contemplative - but I can also get stuck there, like recently. Then yesterday I noticed a shift just came over me, like something inside is "waking up" again, and I'm feeling more alive. Was totally unexpected. So I'm ready to explore this new place and see where it takes me. We can compare notes :)
Jan said…
Such an interesting perspective to photograph. I have to remind myself to 'look up' occasionally!
The color grey against the sky along with our words is quite wonderful.
Ida said…
This is really interesting and cool looking. I love the tones of the piece and how your eye is drawn upwards to the sky.
Currie Silver said…
Fascinating and simply utterly gorgeous!!
The Artful Diva said…
Congratulations - this is simply wondrous!

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