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Monday, December 29, 2008

"Experience Pearls" ~ Aaron Ryan Gayah

Thank you Aaron. On December 3rd, he dedicated this photo to CC!! That was really sweet and brightened my day. I'm glad that there was not spider to be seen, just the beautiful web. I've never seen anything like this before. It is entitled, "experience pearls," which I love.

Webs are so strong and amazing, but can be quite delicate. I look at this picture and besides just the beauty of it, I think look at all the weight from the water, yet, it does not break. That is kind of how I feel sometimes. I can see and feel the weight of my experiences, yet, I do not break or become destroyed. Eventually, only "experience pearls," will be left. Thank you again Aaron for your thoughtfulness and artistry!!

"experience pearls"

(Hotel Bellavista, Impruneta, Italy)


Laura said...

That was a great analogy you made.

Anonymous said...

That really is such a beautiful photo, CC. I also liked your analogy.

I stopped by to wish you peace, happiness, and lots of healing in the New Year.

Peace and Light--


Anonymous said...

Oh I love Aaron's work! How spectacular!!!

J said...

That really is a beautiful picture and the meaning of it is great as well.

Thanks for your holiday wishes and thanks for always following my blog. I appreciate all of your comments. take care, God bless and have a great NY eve and day.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant post. Love it. Just love it.


Clueless said...

Thank you everyone for your comments and well wishes for the New Year. May you be blessed this coming year.

@Aaron. Thank you, but you made the inspiration. So, I should be thanking you!! Happy New Year!!

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