Colliding with wonder

Our hands imbibe like roots,
so I place them on what is beautiful in this world.

And I fold them in prayer, and they
draw from the heavens
light.

~ St. Francis of Assisi

On the edge of light and darkness

The light was too good to wait until Monday to share it.

Even Bella agrees.

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16 Comments on “Colliding with wonder”

  1. Kathy says:

    A Prayer of Flowers. I feel the light. Thank you, Robin.

  2. Gosh, the St. Francis quote is beautiful–as is the tulip. Bella, not only is beauty, she recognizes it, as well. Smart feline!
    Hugs,
    Kathy

  3. heyesphoto says:

    The lighting is very nice in these. I was going to comment on it even before I read the text!

  4. Karma says:

    Lovely, golden warmth. I always love a good flower picture (today’s included of course!) but I really love how you captured the light on the kitty!

  5. aFrankAngle says:

    Beautiful image + a good quote to match = A wonderful way to end the weekend.

  6. Gracie says:

    These are beautiful! And what a wonderful poem!

  7. dadirri7 says:

    radiance in the images and the words 🙂

  8. ceciliag says:

    Startling images.. very very beautiful! c

  9. dragonfae says:

    Love the picture of Bella … such a gorgeous girl!

  10. So much for taking the weekend off, eh?
    Just beautiful…so glad you shared them.

  11. bearyweather says:

    I agree, the lighting was perfect. Thanks for sharing some beautiful shots.

  12. giselzitrone says:

    Ein wunderschönes Bild tolle Beleuchtung Grüsse dich lieb und wünsche dir eine gute Woche Gruss Gislinde

  13. Lovely photos, you caught the light beautifully 🙂

  14. ladyfi says:

    Such glorious light!

  15. I love tulips – unfortunately, mine only ever come up for one year at most and then don’t bother again… and that’s only when the squirrels don’t dig up the bulbs and eat them!
    Carol.

  16. Robin says:

    Thank you so much everyone. 🙂


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