Appreciating The Tiny Things – #Haibun

Today the sun is shining. The temperature is a perfect 74°. And our brown world is starting to show signs of green.

A section of our yard has succumbed to “weeds” with very tiny flowers. I decided to take a close up of them and was surprised to see there was a splash of pink hidden inside.

The red maple trees are covered with buds. Naturally I found myself photographing them as well. This world is full of amazing beauty. Sometimes you just have to look for it.

Open eyes and ears find joy
Life’s secrets afoot
Beauty lies where few dare look

© Heather – Home Study From The Grateful Heart 2021

Close up of the tiny “weeds” in my yard
The “weeds”
Red maple bud
Another “weed”

I’m sharing my photos with Cee’s FOTD https://wp.me/p3ZTqs-dyJ
Check it out for beautiful flower photography.

Published by Home Study from the Grateful Heart

Welcome new friends. I'm Heather, a homeschooling mama raising three children alongside my husband. I love to walk our two dogs, photograph nature, and write poetry. As a family, we love reading together, creating art, sports and all things nature. We also enjoy sharing our learning experiences with friends and creating co-op opportunities. I enjoy writing about our homeschool adventures, as well as nature and sharing recipes. My heart is grateful for my family, our homeschool, our friends and homeschool community, as well as the nature around us. In addition to following my blog, you can find me on Facebook at Home Study from the Grateful Heart.

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