Sensazione

by Lucy Lee Jones on December 31, 2008


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Sensazione

Sharpening my senses requires a
conscious decision. I love to smell a
fresh pot of tea, touch a luxurious orchid,
hear a roaring surf, taste a new herb or
spice, see color and movement. Gelb
writes of Da Vinci’s “continual refinement
of the senses, especially sight, as the
means to enliven experience.”

My kitchen window holds shells, bells, plants, with a
view of palm trees and the water beyond. It almost
makes kitchen work fun! Thanks to my brother,
Hilton, for this delightful photo.

 


DRAMA

Chancel Drama

Costumes

Directing

Ethnic fashions

Greek Drama

Japanese Noh

Mime

Shakespeare

HORTICULTURE

Bonsai

Container Growing

Veggies

Herbs (growing/cooking)

Orchids

SENSUALITIES

Beads

Bells

Candles

Carousels/horses

Driftwood

Fishing balls

Incense

Earrings

Gold Silk Screen

Hotai/Hotai

Teas

Little special boxes

Ocean

Sea shells

Steeples

Waterbed

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Mendel Potok November 15, 2010 at 8:32 am

So the waterbeds link, is that to improve your Sensazione “experiences” as well? 😉

2 Lucy Lee Jones November 15, 2010 at 8:47 am

The only water I have here comes from the sky, so I don’t use a water bed anymore, but yes, definitely “sensazione!” 🙂

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