(tales from the birdgirl)
March 9, 2015 § 8 Comments
We’ve just returned from another camping trip to Yorke Peninsula.
My favourite thing?
The 360-degree views of the sky …
Tagged: camping, nature, the sky
Love this Rebecca. A few years ago I did a drawing of the sky every day for a whole year. It made me realise how often we don’t take notice of what’s above us, or even look up, and how much we miss out on when we don’t. This is a reminder to look up and notice.
I love your idea of drawing the sky every day for a year :). I actually thought of photographing it every day for the same reasons. It’s so important just to take a breath and look up, isn’t it?
Lovely! Oz at its best.
Yes, such beautiful skies … (Sigh) I’m missing it already!
I love looking at the sky – whether it is a crystal clear blue, or patterned over with clouds – endlessly entertaining. Your photos are lovely!
Thanks, Eliza. I love the constant changing nature of the sky. Every time you look up, it’s different.
Amazing photos Bec! Makes me want to be lying on the ground and looking at the sky…
Not a bad way to spend a morning, huh?!
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