The Gulf of Corinth, two evening primroses and an olive twig

For God says, in the time of my favour I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you. “I tell you, now is the day of salvation”.

Paul writing in 2 Corinthians 6:2
Playing with the thought of time in clouds and sea.
15:06 pm.

The gulf of Corinth, an inlet of the Ionian Sea is 80 miles long and from 3 to 20 miles wide. These pictures of the sea are taken 30 miles from Patras the second narrow point after the Corinth Canal.

Clouds and sea at 16:07 pm.

Better three hours too soon than a minute too late.

William Shakespeare
Clouds and sea at 17:55 pm.

The gulf of Corinth is part of a continental rift system much like Iceland where a tectonic plate is pulling apart and stretching.
Evening primrose at 15:17pm.
I guess put them in a jar .
Do it the way it needs to be done with water for the stems.

Aristotle says : “Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time. “

16:32 pm The olive leaves soft greygreen are so new with buds for flowers .
The bees were hovering all around .
No flowers yet !
These loose clusters will bloom for an average of six weeks,
from April to May.
Some will form fruit other flowers will just provide the pollen for another’s fruit.
Painting at 16:32 pm.
It shows time is moving on.
Paint dries in layers they are layered and flat but prove the point.
Primrose and Olive stalk in the afternoon hours by the gulf of Corinth.

I paint sometimes as a natural part of my post. To make me see the flower for a length of time and not a fleeting moment. It slows the looking.

Time you enjoy is not wasted time.

Marthe Troly- Curtin
Evening primroses are four petaled flowers in pink, white and yellow. They grow well in clumps and are said to be able to take over in warm countries .

A quiet time on the Gulf of Corinth. I hope those who look at my posts get something of life for what it is. A movement through time or minute changes that signify time.

Sandy 🙂

7:43 pm.

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