I love quotes - been collecting them for decades. I love photography - been taking pictures for just as long. One of the projects that I'm working on is to put the two together.
This one speaks to me of Rumi's quote: "Sell your cleverness and purchase bewilderment."
Bewildered I am. How did that snowball get WAY up there in that bird's nest. It's so round, so perfect, so balanced. Did a bird build it up there? Did someone throw it up there? Did it start as a tiny speck and build up over the season? Perhaps the Angels were having a snowball fight.
PS. You can see where the snowball nest is exactly, in the photo of the place we stayed at the retreat ... look to the left, right above the picnic table.