13 January, 2012


I am totally in love with reflections. I am fascinated how the world shimmers and changes slightly when reflected back to us at a different angle, how they create a different depth of vision. How we see the world around us in a different way.

So I took advantage of today's heavy flooding (let's not focus on the water in the basement) to get out and take some photos.

Today was the first day in a long time where I felt...not back to normal, but that feeling back to normal is, in fact, possible. I've spent the last two days very slowly tidying my study. Usually I can't work up there this time of year because it is just too cold. But with the strangely up and down winter we are having (12 C today but supposed to get down to highs below freezing by Sunday), I have pockets of weather where I can brave the upstairs room. And with my energy slowly but surely returning, and some new toys (thanks Dad and Maggie!), I have some works in the works, so to speak.

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  1. looks like some painting opportunities, perhaps a bird or two is needed.

  2. Good to have you back.
    Maggie XXXX


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