I’ve discovered some bloggers whom I love to follow. Every time they post, I learn something new or gain some inspiration.
On my way home last night, as I was waiting at a red light I grabbed my phone and checked my email. The Blonde Coyote had published a new post. I clicked the link and took a peek.
And it was insane, she had blogged about her sister’s latest paintings. A collection called The Yolk of the Coal Apple. Even on my tiny phone screen, these paintings caught my attention and made my neurons fire.
This morning when I sat down to write, I found myself rereading The Blonde Coyote’s post. Looking at the images on a big screen. Those paintings haunted me with their beauty and story.
I mean take a look at this…
The Macular Degeneration of History by Sarah McRae Morton
Hauntingly beautiful, right?
And it’s not just the paintings, the stories behind the images are just as beautiful. Tales of family members with fantastical lives. Surviving incredible moments and passing that knowledge on to future generations.
Go on… go read the Blonde Coyote’s post and experience this collection for yourself. What do you think?
P.S. It makes me exceedingly happy to know there are people out there in the world creating beauty. Telling stories. Sharing their lives. Thank you, Internet. Thank you Blonde Coyote.