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Positive Posts with Letitia Buchan – Allow Nature to Excite and Inspire You

by Jenny Butler
Thursday 26th January 2012

On todays Australia Day Public Holiday, Letitia Buchan is focusing on our diverse land and finding inspiration amongst its beauty. Today is also your last chance to leave a comment and go into the draw to win 1 of Letitia’s signed A3 prints- 2 winners will be drawn after 10pm tonight and announced tomorrow morning. -Jenny x

Hooray, it’s Thursday, a beautiful Thursday, and a public holiday here in Australia!

So often quite magical and intense colours are seen from our diverse flora and fauna that it is just too exciting for words! A little trip to the local flower shop is also just as awe inspiring where beautiful symmetrical and assymetrical patterns, colours, textures and amazing scents are all there for your delight! Shells on the beach with stunning and intricate patterns, pieces of willow tree that could be transformed into something creative, stunning rolling hills, even clouds! Mother nature has given us an abundance of natural colour palettes and inspiration.

Sometimes just looking out your window, is all it takes to get your next idea, or just to pause and feel very grateful to be here on this lovely earth!

- Letitia x


by Jenny Butler
Thursday 26th January 2012

6 comments

  • jade 3 years ago

    love this sentiment! as a biologist, exploring the wonder and intricate detail of nature is the reason why we hop onto our microscopes every day, beautiful print!

  • Mel 3 years ago

    stunning – and inspiring! I love.

  • Bridie 3 years ago

    Love the colours in this one! I want! x

  • lizzie 3 years ago

    ALLOW. indeed, what a good thing to be reminded of. gorgeous print… i ALLOW it to inspire me too x

  • Mj 3 years ago

    Thanks to Letitia for the 4 days of sharing your thoughts and images.

  • eat my shorts 3 years ago

    Now I’m feeling very conflicted because I was sure Letitia’s previous guest post was my favourite. As someone who frequently stares out windows and focuses on little details, the sentiment behind this post speaks volumes to me. Don’t even get me started on the wonderful colours and the lovely typeface. Sigh. I guess being this kind of conflicted isn’t such a bad thing after all.

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