Earth Nerve Net pt5

I’ve always found earth patterns fascinating.
Sometimes random, other times symmetrical, other abstract…


On my walks I always see things that will catch my eye, mostly looking up.

However sometimes, it’s the …little things that make me smile!


All the following shots were taken from the same place. The path down the hill, the paved part. After the dry season of summer and a rainy couple of months, little green creatures are beginning to appear between the cracks. Like shy little beings popping their tiny heads wondering if it’s okay to stay and grow the family here! And they do. A little further down, more tiny green fluffies grow. Ah, they do make me smile. It’s true, it’s the little things…


Enjoy a beautiful Wednesday everyone.

Remember beauty is everywhere when you keep your eyes and mind open.


…accompanied by

Fletcher Henderson: It’s the Little Things That Count

Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra

Dick Vance (tp) β€’ Emmett Berry, Russell Smith (tb) β€’ George Hunt Fred Robinson, Albert Wynn, Ed Cuffee (tb) β€’ Eddie Barefield (cl as) β€’ Budd Johnson (as) β€’ Franz Jackson Chu Berry (ts) β€’ Fletcher Henderson (p)
β€’ Lawrence Lucie (g) β€’ Israel Crosby (b) β€’ Pete Suggs (d) β€’ Chu Berry (vcl)
Chicago, IL., May 28, 1938


All the photos from my Earth Nerve Net series were taken with my mobile phone.

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  1. I was thinking of relocating Mark Armstrong Illustration to one of Saturn’s moons (I’ve heard they have great ambrosia out there), but this wonderful post has made me reconsider: Earth is too beautiful to leave, especially when it is graced with a photographer extraordinaire who is so attuned to its beauties… πŸŒπŸŒ·πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

    • Now, that is good news indeed! I could never imagine Earth without Mark Armstrong! The ambrosia factory is working overtime! πŸ™πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ¨πŸ™

  2. This is such a great series.
    We finally have sun today!!!! I can take the rest of my Mosaic rt Gown pics!
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  3. These are really beautiful – they could be easily missed. I love that you have taken your time to spot and photograph these wonderful patterns.

      • I always find my photos are best when I am somewhere I don’t know as I seem to notice more, I think we easily get used to what we see every day and don’t see it as interesting.

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