Panier of Plenty

Daisy Chains

Carefree childhood days, lying on the grass and looking up to the clouds… imagining dragons forming and wolves dissolving…  fluffy sheep and magical realms. Being lulled to sleep by the warmth of the sun; wearing a garland from the fairy kingdom… freely available, no matter what our age, the delights of nature that we can recall and engage.

Picking daisies

Picking daisies

Learning how to string

Learning how to string

For me? A gift from nature

For me? A gift from nature

Two years five months old today

Two years five months old today

Homeward bound

Skipping home

Célestine, delighted

Célestine, delighted

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2 thoughts on “Daisy Chains

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Beautiful magic – what a lucky little girl 🙂

  2. Down under on said:

    I can feel the magic of the day! Beautiful. x

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