Fire and Ice and an Interview

  Sunrise polaroid

This sunrise last week had me stepping out onto the back patio in my slippers and just gawking, slack-jawed as the sky caught fire. Truly awe inspiring. I felt very small in a very signifcant way, humbled to witness this fire in the winter landscape. When I move to town in March I will miss my view of the wide open prairie and the sunrises. New sunrises on my horizon in town, just through the trees.  

 

A counter point to that firey sky is this lovely little video of a true photography pioneering genius, Wilson Bentley. Brought to you by Miss Jaihn over at Truly Spacious. His ingenuity, passion and perseverance inspires us all.

Bird

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If you'd like to read an interview with me discussing my thoughts on creativity and intuition, skip on over to Meri Arnett-Kremian's blog, Finally Me - a blog whose target audience is women of substance,intelligence, wisdom and experience who are continually growing and responding with grace. Posting articles on relationships (marriages, live-ins, friendships, family); transitions (empty nest, menopause, deaths, divorce, caring for parents, having kids come back home, mid-life dating and mind-body-spirit issues with a concentration on women's passions including art, travel, books, films and photography. Lots of great articles and interviews with other women of sustance. And thanks Meri, I am very honored to be included here.

4 Responses to Fire and Ice and an Interview

  1. jaihn says:

    To echo your words: “I am very honored to be included here.”
    Warm Thank you, Miss Fran!
    I am looking forward to exploring ‘Finally Me’, too.
    xxx

  2. neva says:

    wonderful thoughts/statements/ideas from you via this interview. i know you all the better now. and that’s a pleasure. x0

  3. Stephanie says:

    Beautiful interview Fran…I love Meri’s new site. How wonderful she has included you!
    x..x

    p.s.
    love this bird painting too

  4. eb says:

    hey!
    Snowflake Bentley is from around the corner…
    er – mountain
    very cool indeed!

    and what a great interview Fran
    great to know you better as well,

    xox – eb.

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