Moved by motion: Fluttering Pinks

A series of short videos, or, movements that …moved me.

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Walking down the dry crispy land summer left behind, I noticed a few frail pink petals peaking through dry weed and wheat straw. Looking closer, they were tiny cyclamen like flowers. I later learned that they’re called Pink Greek Cyclamen. I could see them budding here and there. In a weeks time, I think, the hill will be covered with these beauties!
As the wind was blowing I could see them flickering their delicate petals. For such a frail flower, their resistance was strong!
So here are the…
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Fluttering Pinks

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Aren’t they gorgeous?
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Enjoy a beautiful Monday and week ahead!

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Anyone watched the Full Moon last night?
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This series of posts is linked to Earth Nerve Net“.

Sometimes the eye captures an image, sometimes a movement and others a movement with sound. Most of these “Moved by Motion” posts are with sound on, essential for a fuller experience, hence, no [other] music to accompany them. I hope you enjoy.

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    • Exactly so!!!!!!! Much love to you too …and Johnny and Jeepo and ❤❤❤❤😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍❤❤❤❤❤❤

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  1. What treasures your Greek cyclamen, Marina. When we were in Kalamata in late September a couple of years ago, they were popping up around the fortress walls at Pilos, and along the footpaths around Harakopio. Such a gentle mesmerizing scent too.

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    • I agree… they really are gorgeous. This is the time that they start popping up and they’re such joy to watch. With them there are also some yellow flowers… I remember your wonderful photos from back then! 🙂 Have a lovely week! 🙂

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