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I never get tired of these earrings with my signature plum blossom motif. The full range of plum blossom earrings are currently available in my online shop too! Would you choose the red, teal, or classic black? #japonicity#kidsonjewellery#plumblossoms
Spring blossoms to summer sunshine! 🌸☀️🌷
The past few months have brought cherry and plum blossoms to our Seattle neighborhood, as well as beautiful flowers and an increase in temperatures. With the sun now setting after 9pm, summer is truly in the air!
With spring blossoms giving way to summer sunshine, it's time to break out the sundresses and summer sandals & bags! I was thrilled to find this dress by Tularosa on a past thrifting adventure. For a recent neighborhood walk in Seattle, I styled my Tularosa Dress w/ a pair of Espadrilles, a Bali Rattan Bag and a pair of Aviator Shades.
What pieces from your closet are you turning to as spring blossoms give way to summer sunshine?
All the details of this outfit NEW on Story of My Dress le blog ~ From Spring Blossoms to Summer Sunshine (link in bio). #seattlestyle#summerinseattle#seattlesummer#seattlelife#storyofmydress
Every. Tree. Is. Covered. Took in some blossoms from our Dolgo, Wealthy, Wolf River, Yellow Transparent, Duchess of Oldenburg, Red Astrachan and Cortland apples, and a few plums.
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It's that time of the year again, and, same as 250 years ago, a girl is admiring the blossoming tree ☺️ Bijin-ga is a term for pictures of beautiful women - literally, the beautiful person picture - within the genre of ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
This one was made by the famous Suzuki Harunobu between 1725 and 1770.
Woman Admiring Plum Blossoms at Night, Suzuki Harunobu, 1725~1770, the Metropolitan Museum of Art @metmuseum.
This is one of my favorite times of year. I love seeing the buds on the trees, how green the grass is and the blossoms that bloom on our fruit trees and lilac bushes.
When I looked outside I had to get these pictures. Apple and plum blossoms, and the colour starting to saturate from the lilacs. Its proof that summer is finally coming and sunny days are coming ☀️❤🌸
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Dogen (1253) ~
Old plum tree bent and gnarled
All at once opens one blossom, two blossoms,
three, four, five blossoms, uncountable blossoms,
not proud of purity,
not proud of fragrance;
spreading, becoming spring,
blowing over grass and trees,
balding the head of a patch-robed monk.
Whirling, changing into wind, wild rain,
falling, snow, all over the earth.
The old plum tree is boundless.
A hard cold rubs the nostrils.
Echoed ominously by Ginsburg with “America, the plum blossoms are falling ...” #inthegardentoday#zen#plumblossoms
“The beautiful journey of today can only begin when we learn to let go of yesterday.” ― Steve Maraboli
“Along the Lingnan Way”
An Original Brush painting on Mulberry paper
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This was painted in the Lingnan Style which was introduced in China around the turn of the last century and brought a French Impressionist’s view along with the use of opaque white to traditional Chinese Brush painting. Lingnan is always great fun as it’s not as rigid as Classical Brush painting and we can do so many interesting things.
Pale tints, Blazing color or soft color, and also, the use of White.
Wet Brush and dry Brush too.
This style validates many traditions, many cultures, many other styles, including the artists. Lingnan School says, “We are the world!” It says it and means it.
Lingnan means Freedom .... Innovation ... Tradition ... the art of the Orient ... the Art of Europe and America. Synthesis in its highest form.
Wild or formal!
Wet Brush! Or wet and dry!
Ink wash or wide-ranging color! Strong or pale!
Vivid ... Powerful ... Expressive ... What a perspective of impression ... What fun ...
Have an amazing weekend!💕
A tide of white has hit my city and boy, I am not complaining! I'm talking about the effervescent bursting-forth of plum trees in bloom. Their sweet almond-and-perfume scent fills my nose as pretty little white petals drift past my window. Now is a great time to mindfully gather your own blossoms and use them in a Cream of the Sea cocktail with the creaminess of pearls, the sweetness of a soft sea breeze, and the fortifying nourishment of sea vegetables. I really lucked out on foraging plum blossoms this year as I visited the community garden just after many of the blossom-laden branches had been pruned. I love when I'm able to glean so much goodness without harvesting from living plants! Keep your eyes peeled for similar opportunities, since now is a good time of year to be pruning. Find this recipe and a ritual for silent connection on my blog (link in profile) by searching for "plum blossom" 🌸 P.S. Patrons, go head over to our membership area, I've left a little surprise for you there 😘
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Just a little bit of Spring's beautiful bounty that I'm currently playing with! Those plum blossoms (top) went into an absolutely seductive spring blossom syrup (recipe coming soon!), and I'm saving the violets for an equally marvelous lymphatic-supporting lotion. The magnolias are new to me this year - I've pickled some and dried others to experiment with as a tea or spice. With my limited mobility, I've had to stay a little closer to home than usual, but it's been a fun learning experience! .
Urban foraging is challenging for me because I'm rather shy, so I brought along a much more outgoing friend to ask people for their permission to gather from their trees or yards. Everyone we asked was very supportive - from "wow, I didn't know you could even eat that!" to "You want to harvest those damn annoying things growing in my yard? Go for it, take all you want!" (Despite that comment, we were very careful to only take a little bit from each area or tree to leave behind plenty of beautiful blooms.) .
Another thing to be careful about when foraging in the city is pollution - but my rule of thumb is if you'd feel comfortable planting a garden there, you'll be okay foraging there too. You might be surprised at what treasures are in your own yard or neighborhood this spring! Foraging all of those beautiful blossoms fills up my senses with so much bliss - I always feel a bit dreamy by the time I'm finished. Ahhh. I love spring.
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