Diving into Flowers

I’ve been headfirst, head over heels, diving, diving into flowers.

smitten
smitten
jump!
jump!
a throaty choir of color
a throaty choir of color
heart wrenchingly beautiful!
heart wrenchingly beautiful!

Sometimes, beautiful food-for-thought, or maybe more accurately food-for-the-heart is so delicious I forget about what’s for dinner. Like today.

pool of fluid light
pool of fluid light
I could not get over the gorgeousness of these tulips
I could not get over the gorgeousness of these tulips
chalices, goblets of light and color I want to swim in!
chalices, goblets of light and color I want to swim in!
even ruffles...
even ruffles…
my heart is healed.
my heart is healed.

I am totally engulfed by their beauty!

and diving in…completely… immersed and saturated, floating in light and color.

10 Comments Add yours

    1. oh my! Thank you so much, for diving in with me!

      1. waelben2000 says:

        np 🙂 it’s my pleasure!

      2. 🙂 see you around, somewhere in the tulip garden!

  1. I can relate, spent most of the day in the woods photographing spring wild flowers – trillium, jack in the pulpit, bellwort, redbud…nature’s canvas and variety is breath taking…

    1. Oh that sounds lovely – living in Colorado, it’s been years since I’ve seen Jack in the pulpit! Magical spring is everywhere… > >

    1. Thank you Plumdirt – they are joyful, aren’t they? And today, there are gale force winds and a stormy forecast…

  2. Reblogged this on One Heart World ~ with Margaret Gilfoyle and commented:

    Light and color from around the spring gardens – enjoy!

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