November 16, 2011

Pas de Deux with a Maple

My favorite new dancing partner...


Bushukshi said...

Wow, sister!

What a beautiful, original, and heartfelt tribute to the splendor of autumn. I smiled out loud as I watched the message in the grace of your dance.
Although I have not danced with the trees, I regularly converse with them to find much inspiration in their steadfast beauty, wisdom, strength, and endurance.

Thank you again for sharing the beauty of your world.


And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.
- Friedrich Nietzsche

P.S.-I still covet your mountain scenery

Anonymous said...

though the snow is here now, the Maple will warm me all winter long.
lovely and thanks mommas

Erin Parsley said...

Smiled out loud .... I like that. :~D

Well the splendor of autumn has given way to the whiteness of winter this week. (I'm glad I managed to get this done just in time!). I will miss dancing with the trees, but I will still get to converse with them also, as they stand tall and proud against the onslaught of winter. They give me much comfort and strength as well.

The Nietzsche quote makes me think of a comment I made at DeepIntoArtlifeWest this week:
"regarding weird.... i have found that the 'weirder' i have come to be perceived in other people's eyes, the happier and more fond of myself i have become. the delicious irony."

Together in love of nature we persevere Bushukshi....