Kentucky-esque thoroughbred horse farms of Ocala, Florida
Found next to a bench overlooking the lake at Wash Park – a place of contemplation
“Speer Boulevard” 48×36 acrylic on canvas for The Denver Collection inspired by traffic gaining momentum on Speer Boulevard along the canal in downtown Denver … Linda Quattrone.com
Coastal bloom at Jupiter Beach with a starring role
Solitude at Jupiter Beach
Another lovely dot-painted vintage wood dish from Christine Salvo Art that has now found the perfect home on the Florida coast!
Another beautiful day on tap on the Florida coast!
Looks like a heart to me ❤️
Glued together by tide and time
Looks a little fishy to me
After a month of extremely calm seas, heavy surf is forming from Hurricane Cristobal, which is several hundred miles west of Bermuda.
Need I say more? My heart is smiling.
Colorful rain drops bowl by Ceramica Botanica on Etsy
“Heart of Mine” 10×10 acrylic on canvas with heart rocks collected from Jupiter Beach
Reflections in the ocean about an hour after sunrise at Jupiter Beach
Hatched sea turtle eggs in the sand at Jupiter Beach
A very special antique silver bowl that now holds treasures collected from Jupiter Beach
Calm and serene waves just barely lapping at the shore on Jupiter Beach
I would love to live
Like a river flows,
Carried by surprise
Of its own unfolding.
– John O’Donohue
Smiling Buddha found at the Morikami Japanese Gardens in Boca Raton! What an infectious smile!
If you rub his belly, it brings good luck!
Bamboo rocking fountain pouring water into a bed of pennies
One of the many Japanese stone lanterns throughout the gardens
Beautiful colors in the sky courtesy of the kite surfers who’ve found their bliss maneuvering the wind and waves at Jupiter Beach
Looking up to a surfer’s kite perfectly centered over the sun shows amazing detail
“Bluebell” is a vintage beach bug that is the primary form of transportation for her owner. Such a happy car with the pink seahorse and all!
This is the bedroom door of the “Honeymoon Suite” (as my Dad called it) at Mom and Dad’s house, which Dad built over 30 years ago in Ocala, Florida. He specifically picked out this wood because of the natural hearts. Now that’s Love.
Rock hearts that I’ve collected from Jupiter Beach in loving memory of Dad
A beautifully dot-painted, vintage wood heart dish by Christine Salva Art
Low tide is the best tide!
Finding sea treasures on Jupiter Beach always makes for a special day!
Heart cloud eyed in the sky on our drive back to Jupiter after visiting Mom in Ocala. Whenever I find these hearts in nature, be it in the sky, on the beach, or among the landscape, I know that it is my Dad sending his love.
“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” Norman Vincent Peale