Posts Tagged: seeds

La Via Campesina

Originally posted on These Days:
(First published Broad Sheep, March 2014) By the time you read this it will be nearly March and, hopefully the floods will have subsided and emergency COBRA meetings will have concluded and politicians everywhere in…

La Via Campesina

Originally posted on These Days:
(First published Broad Sheep, March 2014) By the time you read this it will be nearly March and, hopefully the floods will have subsided and emergency COBRA meetings will have concluded and politicians everywhere in…

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‘Painting for the wind’

Cut a hole in a bag of seeds of any kind and place the bag where there is wind 1961 Summer Yoko Ono, ‘Painting for the Wind’, Instruction Paintings, New York, Weatherhill, 1995, p 15

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‘Painting for the wind’

Cut a hole in a bag of seeds of any kind and place the bag where there is wind 1961 Summer Yoko Ono, ‘Painting for the Wind’, Instruction Paintings, New York, Weatherhill, 1995, p 15

sleeping beauties

My friend Gretchen sent me this trilogy of pictures of her garden in Devon in November, and she titled each one too: Sleeping beauties Brave and noble purslane A ballet of gloves

sleeping beauties

My friend Gretchen sent me this trilogy of pictures of her garden in Devon in November, and she titled each one too: Sleeping beauties Brave and noble purslane A ballet of gloves

table seeds collection

seeds, susan

a small ever changing collection on the table in front of the garden window: things I like looking at / pending / thought for the day / flowers of the moment / what is important. Collected sweet pea seed pods,

table seeds collection

seeds, susan

a small ever changing collection on the table in front of the garden window: things I like looking at / pending / thought for the day / flowers of the moment / what is important. Collected sweet pea seed pods,

seed head

“…it’s impossible to find any object not related to all the others. In his book The Heart of Understanding, contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh uses a simple sheet of paper as an example to illustrate this idea of interbeing.

seed head

“…it’s impossible to find any object not related to all the others. In his book The Heart of Understanding, contemporary Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh uses a simple sheet of paper as an example to illustrate this idea of interbeing.