BIG Love to @spotify for adding 'Like Summer' to two editorial playlists this week 'Sunny' and 'The Summer Chill'. Appreciate the support in spreading this song and it's message that little bit further x
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla L.) has a calming, antispasmodic and antibacterial effect.
How nice, if these properties already act on the photographer while looking through the viewfinder.
His arangement along the barley and wheat fields, which often also through poppy (Papaver) and cornflower (Cyanus segetum Hill, Syn: Centaurea cyanus L.) experience a variety in shape and color relaxing, fascinate me every summer again.
Further links to the topic:
Poppy (Wikipedia): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohn
This post on irisiert's blog in german:https://www.irisiert.de/polaroid-sx-70-bluetenbokeh-der-echten-kamille-matricaria-chamomilla-l/
This post on Twitter in german (#irisiert ):https://www.twitter.com/irisiert
You are going to make such an impact on the world and on those around you. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday. Someday you are going to be a bright light, a beacon of awe. You are going to be lightning in a thunderstorm. You are going to baffle and amaze and do and help. You are going to put so much good into this Earth.
“You don’t ever have to do anything sensational for people to love you”
Went to see “Won’t you be my Neighbor” at the @saltlakefilmsoc last night and can I just say WOW. I cried, I laughed and learned from Mr. Rogers at age twenty four. I think what was most fascinating was him discussing how he was always surprised that people didn’t realize just how much of a tool tv could be. He talked about how many people just didn’t understand what he was doing or take his profession seriously. I found it fascinating because I see so many similarities in the attitude toward online creators now. Even how he talked about his viewers- that they were his friends and he had a personal connection to each one is strikingly similar to how bloggers describe their subscribers. Separate from professional interest though, this film also did a beautiful job of showcasing his life, messages, and struggles. Its crazy how so many of his messages from fifty years ago are STILL RELEVANT to this day. Anyway I could go on for days about how brilliant this film was but basically it’s a must see. You’ll walk out with love in your heart and inspiration to try to change the world. But most importantly you’ll be reminded of a message that’s often lost: you are not entitled to a job or success but EVERYONE has worth and deserves love. You don’t need to earn that. Hitting a career point or achieving success wont make you worthy. You already are. So love your neighbor y’all.❤️
“What a piece of work is man, How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty, In form and moving how express and admirable, In action how like an Angel, In apprehension how like a god, The beauty of the world, The paragon of animals. And yet to me, what is this quintessence of dust? Man delights not me; no, nor Woman neither; though by your smiling you seem to say so.”
“Your creativity comes from the unconscious. If creativity came from logic and intelligence, then all the logical intelligent people could do it-- But they can't.
It all boils down to getting in a playful and relaxed frame of mind”
-John Cleese (1976)