Sunday, February 16, 2014

Taking Time to Observe Divided White Light



Taking time to observe gifts of light . . . how they stretch and morph. 






 Divided white light creating full spectrum shooting rainbows. 


While outside is a colder white. Happy School Vacation to many of you heading to warm beaches and family fun. We are up to our necks in snow, writing deadlines and building a new website. Butterflies are fluttering waiting to get out of my external hard drive and on to this page too. Much to do! 




5 comments:

Eva said...

Dear Carol—Your mosaic is wonderful. It's the most sublime contrast to all the snow outside. Good luck with all your creative irons in the fire. I love the idea of the butterflies fluttering and waiting.

Tammie Lee said...

so fun to imagine your butterflies fluttering ;-)

lovely rainbows
and white snow
looks like my world too

sweet week to you ~

RobinL said...

I've always had such a fondness for rainbows! But mostly I noticed how deep the snow is there, covering the seats of your patio chairs. Isn't it hard to believe that you will be sitting there once again?

Esther Montgomery said...

A butterfly expert was saying on the radio this morning that last year the butterfly population in England showed a remarkable come-back after a decline, with some which used to be common but were becoming rare showing up again. Unfortunately, she said the warm winter is bringing overwintering butterflies out too early now - searching for flowers which aren't yet there.

Sarah Laurence said...

We just got lots of snow too. I can see why you're looking for bright colors elsewhere - cool prism shots!

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