Kept looking for flower blubs to pop up outside, but it’s been too cold. But my Christmas Cactus decided it had one more bloom in it! Spring is officially here on the calendar – so I expect something to come up outside now! it is supposed to be in the 50’s all next week.
This mandala was juried in to the Exploring the Light 2019 show Exploring the Light will run from March 13 – May 12, 2019 at the Lone Tree Arts Center and is presented by the Lone Tree Arts Commission and the Lone Tree Photo Club, with support from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Exploring the Light Opening Cocktail Reception Saturday, March 23, 1pm – 3pm
Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street
Music, light appetizers and a cash bar
Liked the texture of this dried leaf and the star that formed in the middle. No red for Valentines Day, but celebrate anyway!
High contrast between plant and snow, with shadows too. Original photo of previous mandala.
Sometimes the simplest things make an interesting picture. The color of the dried vegetation popped against the white snow and the shadows gave more interest to this mandala.
It’s cold and blustery out there today no blue sky and the snow is not accumulating on the branches because of the wind. So this Mandala is from earlier storm with blue skies coming and snow balanced on the branches.
We finally got some measurable snow! We need the moisture and it is pretty to look at – just not to shovel.