Saturday, November 21, 2009

Daily Inspiration

When I was teaching I would tell my students - cherubic first and second graders - to look at their world. Not just glance around, but to really look. Looking takes time. Time well spent. I have been taking the time to look. To really see what is around me. More importantly, I am taking the time to stop, see and absorb what I am experiencing. This picture was taken Friday morning about 8:20am in S. Hadley along the Connecticut River. The fog wafting from the water pulled me to the river bank. It was magic. I watched for about 15 minutes as it twirled and swirled over the water. A piece of me went over the river. I will savor this quite a long time. Who knows where it will pop up in my work in the future.


Anonymous said...

I was driving down 91 about that time and the fog was writhing around the Holyoke Range. It was stunning and I wished I had a camera!


Linda Ruel Flynn said...

the fog you saw over the range could have been the fog i saw in s. hadley. it's all connected.