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.
The rain in Maine is driving us insane! We feel as if we're swimming with the fishes here in Portland after the continuous downpours. A photo of a fish seems appropriate, and this little fellow looks as if he's posing. Our friend, Jacob Williams, who is skilled in the art of Aquascaping, took this shot at his home in Mumbai, India.
Click here to see more of his aquarium art.
A jaunty birdhouse, a fence of flowers, fluffy clouds, and cathedral spires in the distance - what a happy image of spring! Taken by our own photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo of Washington, DC. (for a bigger look, click on image)
A most sumptuous birthday feast in the meadow for our friend Lesley Austin - photo by her son, Caleb Austin. So that nobody feels jealous and we can all celebrate, we'd like to remind everyone of the Mad Hatter's tea party in the Disney film version of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland:
Mad Hatter: Ah, but there are Three hundred and sixty four Unbirthdays!
March Hare: Precisely why we're gathered here to cheer
The gnarly cherry trees in sight of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC, as captured by photovoyant, Maureen Spagnolo. We couple this scene with a spring Haiku written by Basho during the 17th century. Baby mice in their nest squeak in response to the young sparrows
The greens and blues of spring excite us with expectation! We thank our dear friend, photojournalist Maureen Spagnolo, for another lovely photo for our cover. We also welcome her to the Significato Journal as she begins her own column called, PhotoVoyance. More about that in our next newsletter!