Leya says “dreamy” for this week’s challenge and I shall take it as “dreamlike”. Welcome to my dreams.
Greetings from Slovenia where I’m recovering after the killing heat of Tuscany, reading about Deep Adaptation with quotes such as:
“If we were coal miners, we would be up to our knees in dead canaries.”Michael Higgins, Irish President, at the National Biodiversity Conference, 21st February 2019
…trying to steer away from nightmares back into dreams, reminding myself that optimism is a new revolution. It’s too easy to be gloomy.
Here are twenty images that pull my mind into dreamland. The first photo is an old one from the Tarot Garden (Il giardino dei tarocchi) in Tuscany, but all the rest are from the last ten days in Slovenia:
- three from the exhibition The Parallel Worlds with costume designs by Alan Hranitelj which I featured last week on the theme of “detail”;
- the creature on the roof from Metelkova in Ljubljana;
- one from my sister’s party;
- some from my parents’ home, including one taken by my sister;
- and the majority from The Volčji Potok Arboretum, including the dizzying final photo. We shall visit it much more in the posts to come, dinosaurs and all. It is beautiful there.
This is the dreamiest I can do.
For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Leya of To See A World in a Grain of Sand…: Dreamy