“Live in each season as it passes; breath the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit.”
Henry David Thoreau
Street Market for Ketmea – freshly cut long green grass – embellished with a – once – in – a year Adey Abeba – Yellow Daises.
Could not help getting myself the seasonal bouquet of Adey Abeba.
Packing for a challenging adventure here in my home country – Ethiopia.
A NEW SEASON and a blank page … to record my exploit through seasons.
Celebrating the ephemeral season.
Lovely flowers, Sara!
Isn’t it? and it is at this time of year we have the chance to enjoy it. Thank you so much for kind comment as always. God Bless.
I understand how special it must be. Much love to you, Sara! 🙂
So sweet of you. xoxo
🙂 🙂 🙂
I love the gracefulness of grass, flowers and women in the first photo, and the bouquet is so sunny. I like seeing your preparations for adventure.
I have “Writing down the bones” on my bookshelf too!
I love reading Writing Down The Bones and take it everywhere with me 🙂 Thank you so much for your inspiring and sweet comment as always. Much Love xoxo
Beautiful colour in your photos. Thanks for posting. I always feel I am chasing the seasons and time as it slips through my fingers. Photos help us freeze time and seasons so we can ponder and reflect.
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