Earth Nerve Net pt6

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

It’s been a long time since I last posted on “Earth Nerve Net”

Early morning

I saw these formations

and I think they fit the title

So here are

the pale blue patterns

making their first appearance

Enjoy a beautiful weekend everyone.

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

…accompanied by

Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra

Sea of Tranquility

From her album: Allégresse

38 replies »

  1. Hello dear Marina my second comment on this beautiful post. And I felt more peaceful gazing at the blue waters in this visit. Your quote “Remember beauty is everywhere when you keep your eyes and mind open” is perfect and so true. Best wishes always 😊

    • Ah, thank you so much, my dear Dilip. That is so wonderful to hear and on those words… it’s directed my eyes to things I’d never see otherwise! 😉🙏
      Have a beautiful day and weekend ahead. 🙏🙂

  2. I find gazing at the wide expanse of the sea is always calming! And the different patterns of blue are so fascinating. Thanks for this beautiful post dear Marina. Cheers!

  3. Beautiful music to accompany the waves of Earth’s Nerve Net!
    Love this, and all of your other beautiful thoughts!
    xoxoxoxoxo 🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔

  4. Soft blues with creative designs showcased just for you.
    I love looking at the ocean at the beach. It transforms with every wave.
    Sorrowfully, our beaches have been closed. No one can go there or they will be fined.
    One day …
    Have a peaceful weekend, Marina.
    Be safe … Be Healthy … Be Happy 😍
    Isadora 😎

    • Oh, thank you so much, my dear Isadora. So happy I was able to bring some sea into your home, especially now! Have a beautiful week ahead and you too stay safe!
      Love and many hugs!

  5. Marina, you have a special relationship with nature, our earth. You are able to discern the emotional flow of colour and provide a brilliant interpretation of the scene so that others can deepen their understanding the soil, sky, trees and oceans. Hugs coming from across the pond.

    • …and a small pond it is too, as we are so very close, my dear Rebecca! Thank you so much for your kind and wonderful words. More than bringing a smile and brightening my day, they encourage me to follow that path! I am grateful and honored of our friendship! Happy Monday and week ahead! 😘❤

  6. These are beautiful abstract patterns you have captured. I really like how you find art in the simple abstractions that so many pass by with little notice.

    • It may be a long story, but I think it’s worth it. At college, studying design we had a project themed “a journey”. That’s when I did my journey from 1 to 9. However, someone thought of doing their everyday journey to college. In the process he realized that most of it was a blur. He couldn’t remember details, so he portrayed his journey as a blur with just a few bits clear. I think that was the first time I realized I do that too, so I began taking notice and even zooming in. I’m forever grateful to the guy!

      • Many people are so zoned out and self consumed that they miss all the beauty and interesting things round them. People ask why it’s important to study art. You discovered one good reason. Public schools out here are trying to focus on STEM (science, technology engineering and math), and the art and music programs are suffering. It’s sad, because it’s all mixed together and art and music are equally as important as science, math and technology, especially these days. When Laurie was getting her Master’s Degree in pure math, I did a lot of research for her. There was a lot of music applications in pure math. People would ask me what’s the use of Laurie studying pure math. I would hold up my phone and answer “This! The pure match from 25 years ago was used to develop this phone and the apps that are on it.”

        • Great point, Tim! There definitely is a connection between maths and art, music especially. What’s happening in most places (here too) is really sad. Art is bring abolished/ cut out of schools. Even 30 years ago while studying in England they decided to rename the art lessons to craft and technology. Gradually artists are being cast out of a society that can hardly spare a few seconds to look at a painting or listen to a piece of music.

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