The same patterns, unfolding at a different scale…
There it was beneath our feet, a silent stillness. A question in search of an answer, but no-one stopped to listen…
365 Project: Day 322
We need to feel the sum of all our parts
Are more than what’s laid out in lines upon our palms.
Although our hands aren’t tied, we move as though they are,
Until we’re bound by branching out.
– “Lines on palms”, Josh Pyke.
365 Project: Day 183
Day 183… I’m so over it – half way, that is!! Maybe I should write up some of the things I’m learning from this? Might work on that, but here’s just a couple of things to get started… if you think something is interesting and photo-worthy, then it is. Don’t second-guess yourself. Take the shot first, and maybe the meaning will come later. The really big piece of advice? As Wayne Gretsky once said (about hockey of course, but I think it applies just as well here) – “You miss one hundred percent of the shots you don’t take”. Indeed.
So, back to our image. Observed while walking through the bush around Notley Fern Gorge to recharge after a long week (this right here is my grounding hierarchy!). Is this some kind of code? Secret message? The answer to the meaning of life? Or just another piece of random information, in which I’m seeing significance beyond what it’s reasonable to interpret? But isn’t that how imagination works?