360*tree

take my hand and climb with me…

two degrees: ‘build a collection of scars on your knees…’

Thrown Right At Me ~ The Tallest Man On Earth

Farm time. Where we rise and sleep with the cycles of the sun, as though the once city heart begins to sync with the heart of the land. Where morning yoga really involves a salute to the sun, a farm breakfast is exactly that. Even the cats are happy here…

 

 

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7 comments on “two degrees: ‘build a collection of scars on your knees…’

  1. I absolutely love the reference to the salute to the sun!

    • circulartree
      October 6, 2012

      HUGE yoga fan… and so loving being able to practice in the ‘wild’!

  2. mightwar
    December 18, 2012

    Lovely photo. So meditative.

    • circulartree
      December 18, 2012

      I’m blessed with the purrrrrrfect space to meditate. And take photos… with a meditative feel *wink*

  3. seanbidd
    January 31, 2013

    Different scars beneath an eastern sun, but yoga seems more gentle to ones soul than life’s random scars…
    Standing, pensive, beneath the sun. The rays, drag deep. Morning cast, night along forgotten scars. Spear deep, axe brutal. Savage came the bite, where steel. Crushed grasp, drop to knees. No longer standing in the sun. Fall deep, land feet. Hot kiss, spinning chain. Still static, breathe slow. Open hands, sun’s tree. Release, set upon the wing. Hidden stories, kept long. Freedoms’ wild, lost smiles… Beautiful photo!

    • circulartree
      January 31, 2013

      LOVE that line Sean: ‘open hands, sun’s tree’. The whole paragraph conjures up this powerful image of yoga, a sun salute that bids the long night darkness adieu. Flushing oxygen through fibre and muscle, willing new life. Hope. So love The Tallest Man on Earth’s music… magical and sad, tortured and true. Making scars, beautiful. Tributes to our humble humanity. Our essential vulnerability.

      Thank you. For your kind words and gentle company in these branches, from afar. Love, respect and camaraderie, Bx

  4. seanbidd
    September 27, 2013

    Reblogged this on Sean Bidd and commented:
    There are 360 degrees of tree/s, imagery, poetry, music, and dreaming to explore from the last four seasons. Many adventures, stories, and thoughts in a contemporary artistic fashion to dream, and live. Check out B’s dedication to her art, and creative thinking for past 360 days…

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