Here's wishing all of you who are celebrating a happy Easter, or happy Passover. Have fun, even if there are no guests this time. Next year will surely be better, so we can look forward to that instead of being sad.
Actually, I am quite enjoying myself just now. We've had good weather, there is no noise from the nearby airport, the air smells better and there are lots of places where it's possible to walk almost alone and enjoy nature without disturbances. I've been reading a lot, and doing a lot of crafting. I cleared out several drawers and boxes and found stash that I didn't even know I had....
Today I have a hybrid piece to share for my geometric shapes challenge at AJJ. The background is a photo taken last year, which I faded to reduce the colour. The circles were also cut from the same photo and a chopped up painting. I assembled it in Serif and added the dancers digitally. I love the combination of nature, circles and dancers - the world in balance:
The day started off with another beautiful sunrise:
I enjoyed my walk through the fields:
Everything is green along the stream:
I walked through the Diakonie, I love the combination of Victorian buildings and beautiful flowers and trees. This is where Florence Nightingale did her training as a nurse:
A rusty dove of peace:
Geometrically cut trees in a garden:
And an Easter egg tree - I don't think they grow on the tree, so I suppose the Easter Bunny hangs them there:
Have a great day, take care, and don't let 'Corinna' spoil your fun.
And thanks a lot for coming by!