collected from the Merri Creek last week
the leaf that wanted to be a love heart
...The pace of a walk will determine the number and variety of things to be encountered, from the broad outlines of a mountain range to a tit's nest among the lichen, and the quality of attention that will be brought to bear upon them.
...Everything we meet is equally important or unimportant.
from In Praise Of Walking, Thomas A. Clark Cairn Gallery 1988