That’s beautiful isn’t it? A friend had it up on FaceBook recently and it has just stuck in my mind. Must be something there for me? I think it has it all, if that is possible.
There was a hymn that we used to sing at Burton Church about God being a weaver and working on the tapestry of life and we could never see the whole thing only our little sensibility or neighborhood. We can only just imagine anything larger much less consider the totality of it all.
I’m happy though gazing at this work by William Morris. My little neighborhood on it could have some nice components. It has interesting color and contrast. It is harmonious. There is a hint of a curve but I’m not sure how far it extends or where it goes in the distance. Hmm.
Just yesterday Pilgrim Farmer John sent in a couple of pics of his corn down in Eastern Iowa. The curve of the rows is pleasant to the eye and part of the texture of our Caminoheads neighborhood even though far away in miles. I think that is how it works?
happy little curve loves, Felipé.