A Sufi holy man was asked, “What is forgiveness?” He said, “It is the fragrance that flowers give when they are crushed.”
It is a pleasure and privileged to revel in nature especially as the colors, fragrances and textures explode all around.
Borage has come back to life and once again graced us with its edible star-shaped flowers. Bees love these as they refill with nectar every two minutes.
Gorgeous Columbine grows in the community garden.
Over the last week, I took to nature to clear my head and let go of the old.
Wild flowers call to me.
The quiet solitude of the mossy forest is indescribable.
Slugs enjoy the soft carpet.
Mossy logs team with life and selflessly provide a home for countless creatures.
Dodds Narrows where the the water flows and whirlpools swirls. The seals frolic in the strong current. It is also a passage way for Orca pods and other whales as they follow their food source.
Top Quote from The Renegade Press by Chris Nichols
All Photography by Jane Grueber
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