Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Six Ways to Look Beneath a Wave

This wonderful image is from the Indonesian artist Ferdi Rizkiyanto. What it shows has a lot in common with Radical Joy for Hard Times:
  • It's important to look deep into the "hidden" places where ecological devastation often goes ignored or undetected.
  • When you do look there, it doesn't have to be with the eyes of an expert. You can bring a child's sense of wonder to the process.
  • Beneath the beauty, the Earth is wounded.
  • Beneath the wounds, the Earth is beautiful.
  • You never know what you're going to encounter when you look beyond the obvious.
  •  There are all kinds of ways that you can make beauty out of the non-beautiful.

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