Ancient yogis and mystics have long analyzed nature and the stars. There is something in our DNA that yearns for questioning the deeper meaning of life and nature. Is it evolutionary? Is life created by God?
Whatever you believe in, while studying nature we cannot ignore its natural beauty. Like a canvas painting, the spring and summer are alive with vibrant colors. and color combinations that seem only as if Van Gogh painted the petals himself.
To me, hydrangeas are a fascinating plant that mirrors the beauty of a Renaissance painting. The color of the petals are affected by the Ph in the soil, so the Ph dictates if the colors will be white, pink, blue, purple and so on.
I got this Bohemian and ultra-flown 1970's flower dress that looked exactly like that "hydrangea painting" that was pictured in my mind. The flow of the colors, warm and cool, flowed with grace and beauty. That was the moment when art, nature and fashion unite.
"For me the bare feet are grounding. I'm connected to the Earth in a way that I cannot be any other way."
Elizabeth Rae Kovar M.A. is Author of her memoir, Finding Om and is a Fitness Trainer, Yogi, Reiki Master, Presenter and Lover of Life. To view her portfolio please visit www.elizabethkovar.com