Sunday, July 27, 2008


On Sundays, I like sharing the beauty I have witnessed over the past week with all of you. I am grateful for the opportunities I have to see such a variety of shapes and colors, especially now, after having focused so intensely on the meaning of different shapes in art for the past week on my postings here.

I'm not sure what kind of plant those mandala-like green leaves are. Maybe later, when the blooms appear, I will be able to tell.

(For those of you who view my blog in a reader, you will need to come to my site in order to see the slide show and hear the music I try to tie in to all of my posts.)

Have a joyous Sunday, everyone.

Sue O'Kieffe
Sacred Circle Mandalas


Thalia said...

Sue, I don't know if you are going to make mandalas from any of those photos, but that spiral tendril from the passionflower vine is already half heart-shaped and you could have a lot of fun with it.

I'm seeing mandalas in everything! Not that you don't too I'm sure. :)

I love this music. I had no idea Bobby McFarrin sounded like this. I think I shall have to track some of his stuff down.

John said...

Lots of sparkly pollen in those shots....fushias remind me of iced tea and croquet and bar-b-ques.

The Artful Eye said...

I like the sparkle effect too. Makes the images all the more magical. Gorgeous hollyhock, passion flower vine. Wow.. Happy Week to you!

dianeclancy said...

Hi Sue,

This is incredible ... I am not sure how you are doing this - but it is great!!

I will be looking at your shapes - we have now been a plumbing crisis for over a week and leave tomorrow for 5 days ... so a little behind!!

But I will be looking at them all.

I love this!!!

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~ Diane Clancy