|June Desktop image 1600px wide, Cari-Jane Hakes|
|June Desktop image, 1280 px wide, Cari-Jane Hakes|
:: the way the wind sounds when it blows through the wheat fields that line the route I take on my bike to get into the next village. It sounds like a bolt of silk falling from a cutting table, but without the jarring crash, bang, wallop bit at the end. Instead just a constant stream of falling fabric.
:: the alliums, lupins and snap dragon flowers that have popped up in my front garden.
:: finding new songs to listen to as I work in the atelier like this one by The Lumineers and this one by Little Scream.
:: the same wheat fields showing the impression of the wind as it gently creates little pools of compressed fronds that refract the light in a shifting shimmering way and move across the top surface like mercury.
What things are pleasing you in your corner of the world?