Quotography: Language

Quotography-languageTexture by Kim Klassen: simple magic, 50% soft light

Flowers are the music of the ground. From earth’s lips spoken without sound. ~Edwin Curran, “Flowers”

I guess this quote could be considered the opposite of spoken “language.” But, sometimes the absence of spoken words is no less profound.

Playing Quotography with Kelley at The Road Goes Ever On

4 thoughts on “Quotography: Language

  1. Love, love, love the quote, Lisa! And your photograph too!

    A few days ago I spotted a freshly planted tulip bed and it made me smile to see them already opening up and their beautifully colorful petals. Spring has arrived 🙂

    Have a terrific week, my friend! Happy Spring!

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  2. Oh I love that, Earth speaks to us in so many ways. What a lovely thought. I’m sorry I haven’t been by in a while–I’ve been ill again. 😦


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