Two pages from a very old Toast catalogue dominate this page with the words
Resonant to the Touch, Sieving the Windand
Listen to the Wind
What seed-dreams do you whisper to the wind?
The pops of orange convey that this isn't passive listening... This wind is definitely energizing!
And the wee stickers on the bottom right picture read 'Observe' and 'Tiny Pleasures'.
Not the best photo, I'm afraid, with shadows of the mullioned window cast over the images...
Two pages from an old Papaya Art diary dominate this page - the image top right bears the word 'Wonder' and underneath is this quote by Howard Thurman:
A dream is the bearer of a new possibility,
the enlarged horizon, the great hope.
Then there's a postcard with this Andrew Wyeth quote:
I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting.
I believe the wee picture underneath is by Wyeth - a gorgeous study of light through a window. And another pop of colour with jars of gorgeous preserved fruits - yum!
Then at the top left is a page from a more recent Toast catalogue with a wonderful extract from A Land (1951) by Jacquetta Hawkes:
Walking between the high, crumbling cliffs and the sea, one is exposed to the assault of time. The great depths of soft, grey-blue soil suggest memory itself, To abandon oneself to them is like moving in that smoky world which is reached by moving among the images of the past stored in one's own brain. And there embedded in them are the perfect spirals of the ammonites, the slender cones of belemnites...
And I cannot wait to see how the rest of September (a favourite month!) unfolds... Possibilities are bubbling :)