Inspirational Photos for Easter Sunday
by Patricia Feager
Easter Sunday doesn't have to be a sit-down meal with family and friends. And it doesn't have to be a day wasted. Today I searched to prove landscape is art and I was blessed to find many examples.
Being different is okay. All around us we can find something unique that doesn't look like everyone or everything else. Among these blades of grass, I see a Christmas Tree in Spring. Warm breezes swept across my face and the sun shined in North Dallas where I took all of these photographs. Today may be Easter Sunday but I am celebrating my uniqueness.
After walking two miles I stopped to sit on a park bench. When my cell phone rang, I was quite surprised because up until that point I had no cell phone connection. Thinking it was a scammer I hesitated before answering. To my surprise, it was my daughter calling me from around the world. Isn't it amazing how something good can cause tears of joy to stream down one's cheeks? After the call, I arose with new energy. That is when I noticed this tree and all I could see was a heart carved by Mother Nature in the bark.
Foxgloves remind me of tiny bells. They are quite exotic, don't you think? I love the shapes and the many colors they come in. If we look around our world and study the landscape we will see it is filled with diversity. Once again, Mother Nature never disappoints us and knows how to paint beautiful artistic landscapes for anyone and everyone to enjoy. With beauty like this, nobody is ever alone. Spring is the time to take notice and not miss all the beauty that exists.
Life doesn't have to be complicated it just has to be enjoyed.
Patricia Feager, 4/21/19