“…the small amount of water in my granite water basin has proven to be enough for me to feel a deep connection to nature’s flow. It captures light. Breezes move its surface as do rain drops. Creatures drink from it. On a hot day, a raccoon jumped right in. Leaves it reflects change shape and color, then fall in. After I clear them out, ice mounds up until it melts in spring. Then the caressing moss emerges once again.” Water Basin Reflections
Today, find a small amount of water in your garden, or on a walk, to connect with nature. What is reflected on it? Take a photo and show us. Take time to read Kathleen’s blog post for more photos and interesting links to research on the importance of nature to our wellbeing.
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