here was what I found:
- a fairy house in the woods
- a handful of wildflowers
- a pine bough
- meadow grass
- quiet beauty
- a heart-shaped stone
- stone steps to sit on and watch the river
what have your found that you are grateful for?
image credit: simpleacres
kinder gets up close.
“you can impress from a distance, but you can only impact up close”
-howard g. hendricks
“when it’s cold you can see the song.”
the bird appears to be sending smoke signals as it braves sub-zero temperatures in a park in the city of petrozavodsk, russia. mikhail kalinin, 34, an electric locomotive engineer spotted the chirping bird’s condensation rising up out from it’s beak with the temperature below -5 degrees celsius.
credits: Mikhail Kalinin/Solent News
bare tree at rest in early winter.
“people don’t remember each tree in a park
but all of us benefit from the trees.
and in a way, artists are like trees in a park.”
kerrytown courtyard, ann arbor, mi, usa
starlings come together and move into the shape of a giant bird.
kinders come together to see if the birds are eating the food they’ve left for them
“do not the most moving moments of our lives find us without words?”
credits: guy benson, attenborough nature preserve, bbc news east midlands
kinders find magic in the japanese garden
seeing things change right before them.
‘change is a measure of time, and in the autumn, time seems speeded up.
what was, is not and never will be;
what is, is change.’
-edwin way teale
“bees do have a smell, you know,
and if they don’t they should,
for their feet are dusted with spices from a million flowers.”
-ray bradbury – dandelion wine
summer 2018, ann arbor