Maria When I go to the Getty Center here in Los Angeles (Brentwood) i stand and stare at all of Marie Antoinette’s stuff – the few items they have in their collection – the blue silk gaming chair – the beautiful porcelains from Sevres and St. Cloud (Pompadour Pink) and the Gobelin tapestries and that is what your water over Gulley Bridge does to me – that same feeling. Am sure others feel that way too. What a special magical corner of the world – Cambridge, NY. My Gosh, you have Hubbard Hall, Bob at the Dump, the Mansion, Roundhouse Cafe and I recently discovered The Dorset Inn on the Green in Dorset – via work computer, that is.
No I have to look up Marie Antoinette’s stuff Eileen. It is pretty special here Eileen. In it’s own way.
Although I have followed your blog for some time, I only began watching your “meditations” recently. How I love them, and realize now what I’ve missed in the peacefulness they bring. These meditations reveal your love of nature and your keen appreciation for the seemingly insignificant, but powerful, signs of life in the world around us. Thank you!
That’s so good to hear Jean. And you’ve got it just right. I am so drawn to finding the beauty and meaning in the “seemingly insignificant” in the world around me. Thank you for taking the time to write this, your point of view has giving me insight into my own work.
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