Framed Tris-Colored Ode to Mother Nature

From the purple majesty
of her steadfast mountains,

to the seasonal greens that cover
her hills and valleys,

to the rippling blue motions
of her rivers, lakes, and oceans,
Mother Nature is always there.
Always aware of those who
with eyes wide open
seek out her myriad faces, in hopes of invigorating
their owned creativity.

Elizabeth L. Crawford 9/9/2021

Notes: All three of these designs were created from the same pen and ink doodle,
with the aid of my kaleidoscope app. I decided to color them with some of my
favorite hues, only to have these words start singing in my ear while coloring
each of them. Have to love it when one aspect of creativity informs another.

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4 Responses to

  1. Sherry Marr says:

    Such beautiful words and images, Elizabeth. Happy to see you posting!


  2. 1sojournal says:

    Sherry, it has been a while. Health has not been good, but it also feels great to be here again. Thanks for reading, my friend.



  3. KT Workman says:

    It’s good to see you here again, Elizabeth. I understand how one creative endeavor can flow into another…it’s happened to me. Lovely words to go with lovely images. ❤️


  4. 1sojournal says:

    Thank you, kT. So much has been altered in these past months, but I knew I had to get back here. Who knew it would be the coloring that accomplished that, lol. Love the surprises that the Universe brings into my life. Hoping you are well and still being creative.



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