June 21, 2012
Now I know a way to measure time.
You can take note of the time by the way plants are growing. The first of the following photos is from 20 days ago; the second one was taken several hours ago.
Time is noticeable when you find the first wild strawberry in your garden, and you experience a burst of joy. Two weeks later, you can eat as many as you want.
The time throughout the day can be measured by observing your cat. In the morning, he practices yoga. In the afternoon, he takes a nap.
It's easy to measure time by the grapevines that grow on your deck. Recently, there was only one leaf. And now, you can find first signs of actual grapes.
It's easy to measure time by knitting a sweater. Here, it is demonstrated by my student, Masha.
No, of course this is not my garden. But I'd like to think that, one day, my lavender will be just as lavish. Just so you know, I am a lavender freak.
For now, my lavender is very modest. But at least it is multicoloured.
If you try to run ahead of time, it starts to run even faster than you. It's great when you find the opportunity to capture a moment in your photos.