Stop, Look, Listen
And Phoebus 'gins arise…
Keeping out of each other's way – which we're doing a lot of these days – gives us more time to think, have you noticed? It gives us a chance to practise noticing a lot of things. We can work on our mindfulness, the kind of noticing that quiets the soul. Letting the desires, worries, ephemeral concerns and undue distractions go is good for us. It might even be good for the whole planet. Have you ever just sat and watched a sunrise or sunset?
Our contributors are good at noticing things, be it bugs on flowers, pleasingly colourful metereological events, or odd statues. They're sharing their findings this week. We invite you along on our journey of discovery. Here are some of the things you can enjoy:
So get to clicking, and enjoy the views. Leave some nice, relevant comments. Remember to take your cameras with you wherever you go, and send us more Stuff. Have a good week!
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A different look.
Learning to manipulate.
NATURE IN ITS GLORY
COMMITTING ART IN PUBLIC
|SUNDRY AND DIVERS|
Relativity is squirrelly.
It's in the Cards (5).
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