Wednesday, April 13, 2011

glycerin and camillia

I came across the top two images hanging in Ted & Honey's where I stopped to recover from the procedure I underwent at LICH and rectify my caffeine deficit. These images by Aaron Fedor hit the spot in many ways but especially by underscoring how impossibly beautiful, delicate and transient life is and how miraculously tender and marvelous the tensions that give structure to our lives are. Not so unlike this camillia blossom I found wilting under a bush at the Botanic Garden Saturday, smelling like tea at its best, coating my nose with its pollen.

I gather Aaron's eloquent bubble photos are for sale, inquire at Ted & Honey

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