Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Healing Circle


Another morning after a night shift.I can just about write one post before bed...
I got a nice comment from Dorothy about her liking the photographs, and the mixture of colours on my Blogs page.
When I switched to the New Blogger I played about with the colours to match the Astrantia photo that is now the header with Snappys gardens Blog written on it.It was more mixing the pallet untill i liked them subconciously...
I think the Flowers, plants, and Nature are all healing, and gardening is too. Like Monty Don says putting his hands into soil connects him to the earth, and heals his mind.
The Black Panther Streptocarpus shows its purple petals with daylight streaming through them.I love these colours of the Flower.
The front room Windowsill this morning as I sit at the computer has a Dahlia with flower buds, the Peach coloured Busy lizzy carousel , Peach/pink Geranium flowers, a spider plant with a flower spike, the Streptocarpus Black Panther, and a Red Bergenia.
These Flowering plants help to heal me with their cheery colours after a long night. Its good to see things from new perspectives (like the blogs colours) and to know people have responded to what I have posted.I look at my blog daily so dont see it as other people do.
I always welcome and respond to comments :)
They are therapeutic too when you get them...A healing circle between the plants, me, the blog, and the Blogosphere Gardeners and artists.

3 comments:

cat said...

hi david, the black panther is gorgeous.tom says he likes it too.you have a friend there.tom likes your pictures and likes the one on your blog of the fox.

lisa said...

Well the blogosphere would be less if YOU weren't in it! I really enjoy your blog, and I wish I had time to visit more often. Keep up the good work, Snappy! LOVE that purple blossom, BTW.

snappy said...

Thanks Cat,Foxes are some of my favourite wild animals.I have seen them in Cheltenham and Bristol.But never in Wakefield...
Aww Lisa,Thanks. Blush!I will keep up the good work.I love these purple flowers...