Don’t Hold Your Breath’s byline is “tripping the world, slowly”. The author, I.J. Khanewala, documents travels through images and delightful commentary. I have begun to look forward to these snippets from other worldly places.
In a recent post: “Flowers of the Middle Heights” The Young Niece asks why a certain flower has five petals. Khanewala, always eager to answer the questions that arise throughout their wanderings, sets out to solve the mystery, to no avail.
This post got me thinking about all the mysteries that surround us – usually brought to light by children’s eyes. For this week’s challenge, I thought it might be interesting to identify and speculate about the inexplicable.
Write a myth, share a discovery, or just capture, in images, one of life’s mysteries.
The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.
To participate publish a post on your own blog and link to this page, or just drop back and enter a link to your post in the comments below.
Look forward to hearing from you!