Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas


Flower Mandala: Pale Yellow Gerbera Daisy VI

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Pale Yellow Gerbera Daisy VI, B&W, Copyright 2011 David J. Bookbinder
A Gerbera Daisy, taken last summer, converted to B&W.
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-David
David J. Bookbinder, LMHC
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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Jacquei Seals

    I would love to see this in color. As a quilt artist I love symetry and Paula Nadelstrum (sp?) who has a fabric line similiar to what you are doing. I love nature, photography, music, color but not necessarily in that order but they all have vibrations which is really I think how I perceive a lot of this art—the esthetic sense or feeling is what gets me going. I, too, like drug therapy as I did an internship in Tinley Park, IL at their faciltiy and went in like I did mainlining which was a real eye awakener .
    Do continue this healing as gazing can get one into a depth perception/meditation which means to mutter aloud. I would like to hear/read more about this work your’e doing as it sounds interesting.

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