Queen of White

Enkelte blomster er så vanlige at vi knapt legger merke til dem! Kanskje fordi det er så mange av dem samtidig? Da er det kanskje på tide med en liten pusteøvelse? Som å
gå ned på kne,  lukk øynene og tell langsomt langsomt til 10!  Fyll lungene med et dypt drag herlig vårluft. Tøm hodet for alle forstyrrende tanker!
Åpne øynene – langsomt og bøy deg forsiktig fremover. Velg en eneste perfekt blomst og bøy deg forsiktig frem mot den for å fange hver eneste lille detalj i dette naturens underverk . . .
Og hold denne posisjonen i minst 3-4 minutter! Det er utrolig hva det kan gjøre med din personlige batteri-kapasitet! 🙂 Og det virker også til andre årstider!
Some flowers seem to be so ordinary and common that we don’t seem to notice.
Perhaps because they are as plentyful as they are? So perhaps it would be time to try something new – like a breathing exercise?
Like falling to your knees? Close your eyes and count slowly to 10! Take a deep breath – filling your lungs with the beautiful fresh air of spring! Clear your brain of all disturbing thoughts! Now open your eyes slowly to the wonders of nature and bend
slowly forward selecting one single flower in front of you! Focus on this little ‘natures masterpiece’ alone – taking in all the smallest details that you have never noticed before. And keep your position for at least 3-4 minutes!
It will work wonders for your personal ‘battery capacity’! 😀
And the best news is that this method works all year around! (Not only in the spring!)

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13 Responses to Queen of White

  1. Missy's Crafty Mess says:

    What a great way to recharge your personal battery.

  2. Nature never fails to amaze..

  3. Woww so beautiful, look at the center of flower!!! Is a Magnolia flower’s? 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, I’m not quite happy with the center which is slightly out of focus, but you know as well as I do that the margins within macro photography are sometimes incredibly small. I should probably lent back 20 cm and instead cropped my way in. That might have done the difference, but it’s easy to be smart afterwards! 🙂
      And no – notg a magnolia. Only a small white anemone something like 10-12 mm across!

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Hmm, we need to take time to smell the roses and our journey through life is what matters. We take flowers for granted, which are one of nature’s more precious gifts. You captured the beauty of this flower well, which one wouldn’t necessarily notice just passing by.

    • Seenorway says:

      My point exactly! And why? Because we are mainly so busy with all the things around us, all the tasks to be dealt with, that we rarely look at something below knee height!
      The solution seems to be: ‘Down on your knees’! And there is really nothing that won’t be done, even if you stop in your tracks for 5 minutes at least a couple of times a day!

  5. Seenorway says:

    We do tend to overlook the beauty and the details of nature around us! Even if we have no time to register it, we’ve all fallen prey to an enormous ‘time squeeze’! The good news is that once we notice, there are ways of escaping it! 🙂

  6. utesmile says:

    You are so right. Even if we look at a potato plant blossom, it is small but such a little beauty, I noticed that last year and the potato is now not just a potato plant anymore but a beautiful plant! 🙂

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