Sunday, October 14, 2012

sunday early

sunrise walk 2 lian&david  sunrise teaofer with the binocularssunrise tea with davide

after a highfly night of no sleeping but discussions, stories, hugs, dancing and feeling close with wonderful friends we went to see the sunrise.

i have been wishing for something similar for a while now. something that shakes us out of routine and patterns. and it came.

the past couple of days i read random quotes from the tao te ching, like this one this morning:

what is rooted is easy to nourish. what is recent is easy to correct. what is brittle is easy to break. what is small is easy to scatter’

have a wonderful week!


Seraphina Theresa said...

I'm in love with these photos Sara! Is it your friend or your husband? Like his jacket and the colors of the images. Looks like from an earlier century (maybe the youth time of my parents.) Seemed you had fun together.

till-vidas-ara said...

hjälp vad mysigt. precis sånt jag med skulle behöva. funderar på att följa mamma till stugan och bara vara en dag..samla granris till rabatterna.

kramar Lycke

Helena said...

Vilka underbara bilder! precis sådär vill jag ha det sen, ta med liten bebis på vandringar ut i naturen, ha det mysigt, andas, leva bara.
Hoppas du får en fin vecka! Kram Helena

Ariane Reichardt said...

Dear Sara, thats a beautiful start of a day, isn't it.
What did he boiled, water... for tea?
There is so much calm in his gesture.


Yaelian said...

Dit liv där låter bra.Är du alls i Jaffa också?

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

the quotes have power.
i smile, for somewhere further down i read your are embracing nostalgia and intimacy, as a few days later you encounter the symbolic boar... isn't that most cunning?
have loved this walk here, true.

Seraphina Theresa said...

Thank you, Sara. Thank you for giving feedback. In my case I often tell people what I think. Not for getting a comment back or maybe win a follower, but only to share the feelings with them, that I got through their photography. But that don't change anything.

Marieke said...

Mooie kleuren!

Elle said...

You're back from Sueden?
Actually, I feel this kind of need too: to do break with routine, do what I never do, see people more and have a different look on things...We have to provoke it.

olga fanara said...

I like the baby, he's so "adult"!

La Dolce Vita said...

I love the bond between the man and the child...and the natural atmosphere. Lovely. I love to see a man in a nurturing role, anytime ! So, thanks for these photographs.
You know what , One who is rooted/connected very much to one's own soul and to nature, that person is a free person...that person can evolve easily into anything he wants to be.
have a happy day !

demie said...

What a wonderful thing to do!
( I really don't remember last time I did that...)


Iris Vank said...

Prachtige quote!

sarapirat said...

thank you all for your comments,
very happy to come back to read them!

Loes said...

Wauw wat een mooie foto's en een lieve rood met gele muts van de kleine!