Mandala Stone #5


No Matter
how random experiences
seem to occur,
there are certain
discernable patterns
to those who hone
the art
of observation.

Elizabeth Crawford  6/5/11

Mandala designs are created by Marc Bove and his site Le Mandalarbre, may be found here:

If you would like to respond to the Mandala in your own words, feel free to use the comments section below, or leave a URL to your own blog site and I will come and see what you have created.


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8 Responses to Mandala Stone #5

  1. So true. A beautiful mandala.


  2. Tilly Bud says:

    I agree with this. I love coincidences but they’re not really coincidences.


  3. Diddums says:

    A very autumnal mandala… I like the way it seems to sweep round like blowing leaves. 🙂 I expect that’s why you chose the colours you did.


    • 1sojournal says:

      Actually I love the Autumn and its colors, particularly the browns and rust shades. I almost threw this one out because when I finished it strongly reminded me of a huge piece of candy, and that was not my intent at all, lol. But, I kept it because I still like the colors. I certainly like your interpretation better. Thanks Diddums,



  4. Renee Espriu says:

    Very true. Patterns are every where in all that is living and truly in nature, which is what I love but observing people also affects the same. Nicely done.


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