Stokes Aster

Unlike most cutting room floors, my Cutting Room Floor is not filled with rejected photos scattered on the ground or of flower stems that have been cut only to be swept up and thrown away. Instead, it’s filled with lovely flowers from bud to bloom that are captured in my lens. The weekend addition, the Cutting Room Floor, has developed organically from my signature Wednesday’s Flower to expanding the view of its many varying vantage points of the single budding flower. My desire is to share its peaceful, beautiful moments with you, and to let it wrap up the week and start your weekend with Wednesday’s flower flourishing in all of its glory.

On a personal note, as I post the Cutting Room Floor each week, I enjoy envisioning you holding your coffee or tea (or Diet Coke if you’re like me) in your hand as you check your emails looking for that one email waiting just for you. As you click on the flower icon to view the weekend’s edition, I hope there is a sense of curiosity of how Wednesday’s Flower will unfold. A desire to share its living quarters, to see its full story, and to take a few moments to experience life through a flower: to see its splendor and to let any other thoughts of the day fade away if only just for a moment.

I find for me, my Cutting Room Floor brings a little more curiosity of not just a flower’s beauty, but it extends it to all that is around me. Starting the day with appreciation for what I have been given and looking for it throughout my day, my weekend.

Above is one of the many Wednesday’s Flowers with the link to Saturday’s Cutting Room Floor below for anyone to view. I hope you enjoy it, and please share this link with anyone you know that would also enjoy starting their weekend with connecting to something beautiful: to nature.

Share with me your thoughts of my Cutting Room Floor.

Featured image at the top of the post: Stokes’ Aster.

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