“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” (Albert Einstein)
From the Fibonacci of phlox and forget-me-nots to the extraordinary resilience of a garden-variety dandelion, many lessons can be gleaned from nature. Strong as an oak. Red as a rose. Blue as the sky. Quiet as a mouse. Noisy as an oyster.
“A noisy oyster?” you ask. Everything is possible in a metaphor.
When contemplating the nature of transformational change, it helps to think about nature itself, comparing apples to, well, apples.
…and the livin’ is busy.
An extraordinary exhibition. Hard not to fall in love in the presence of such beauty…
“As a rule, I would say use jewellery generously to get the most out of it.” (Christian Dior, 1954)