Lying in the grass

Who would have thought it possible that a tiny little flower could preoccupy a person so completely that there simply wasn’t room for any other thought.
Sophie Scholl

And ‘t is my faith, that every flower
Enjoys the air it breathes.
William Wordsworth

…One sweet hour with the fragrance of the red clover
Herman Hesse

29 thoughts on “Lying in the grass

  1. Love those images and those words. Particularly as I’m now sitting in the afternoon sun, reading and enjoying to the full to be! Being! And the breeze IS warm.

    • I’m happy that you can take in this post and enjoying life at the same time, Ellington 🙂
      All the best,

  2. I like not only your photos and the quotes you picked, Hanna, but also your post processing! 🙂
    Warm greetings from Fredrikstad,
    Hanne x

    • Thanks a lot, Hanne. The processing is an effect I can chose on my camera. Sometimes it turns out brilliant and other times it was a waste of time but always interesting to watch afterwards 🙂
      Happy wishes to you all in beautiful Norway ❤ xx

  3. What beautiful words and images you’ve graced us with, Hanna — I feel as if I’ve just had a quiet walk through a meadow! Thank you. 🙂

  4. The third photo is so good! The wasp, which I think it is, does so it look the flower sticking out its tongue. 😀 The photo on the deer is so beautiful.

  5. Very nice, Hanna. The fragrance of the red clover reminds me so much of my childhood and teenage years. And so does Herman Hesse.

    • Thanks Alen. I’m glad that my post has refreshed your good memories. Herman Hesse and red clover is not the worst thing you can experience. The fragrance of clover is lovely.

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