Sundry Wonders is a weekly column featuring a photo gallery and meditation, usually based on walks I've taken with Ollie over the last week. Last week, however, I had adventures out on the town. Photos taken with a Fujifilm X-T4 (very much a beginner) or my Pixel 5 phone (if we walked in the middle of the day, or I was in a bit of a rush). I’d love to hear about and see what you experienced this week. Let me know in the comments!
For the last two years, I’ve been on a stubborn quest to find wonder, despite not being able to do things that I love most in the world. I’ve admired gardens and looked at trees and contemplated a quiet life. It worked. My small world contained wonders.
Last week, I ventured back into the wider world. Not too wide, but a glimpse of my life as it used to be. And it made me so very happy.
I’m one tired wanderer, but here are some snaps from my sundry wanders.
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This was a magical moment
An evening of art
Music at the Gardner
First Thursdays at the Gardner
The Gardner Museum in Spring is glorious
Cascades of Nasturtiums
It takes six months to grow these nasturtiums for springtime at the Gardner
Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha in a powerful performance at the Somerville Theatre
An intense show
This is my favorite color
This made me happy
I wait for dandelions every spring
Sunny little flowers
Not all of them died
I've been watching these leaves
Catch all the Sundry Wonders posts, and let me know what you experienced on your walks in the comments!