This section came from The Significato Journal, which was a joint effort between my husband, Peter, and me. The images are too beautiful to abandon, so we've brought them over to my website. Most of the images came from others.
Maureen Spagnolo took this other worldly shot at the 4th of July fireworks display at the Lincoln Memorial, in Washington, DC. We think it looks like dragonflies or angels or mythical beings. Stunning!
This wonderful shot of a bee was taken by Leslie Stager. She is a freelance nature photographer/videographer,
a silk painter, and a Perinatal Massage Instructor and Author.
She said about taking this photo: "One day I flew on the back of a bee into the currant bush to learn what the bee sees. I buried my nose in flower stamens and rubbed pollen over my legs. I hummed a bee sonnet while
floating through the currant forest. I've never been the same since."
This wonderful image painted by British artist, John Atkinson Grimshaw, (September 6, 1836 - October 13, 1893) depicts the emotional shift in the season and gives homage to the fairy kingdom that we wish to honor and thank as well. (Image in public domain)
This shot taken by Caleb Austin (of Bruington, Virginia,) typifies the free feeling of a summer day. We thought it nicely illustrates the final plunge of summer, before we welcome in the fall weather. Ranin Brown is jumping into the Saco River in Buxton Maine. Geronimo!
Photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo, has captured a series of restful images (coming here soon!) of the Bishop's Garden at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. It might be worth becoming a bishop if the job comes with a garden like this!