Water ripples. Why I look at circles on the water when throwing stones into a lake?

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There is the old joke. A person can forever look at 3 things: how the fire burns, how the water flows and how the other person works.

This time I am doing art when “travelling” to the Ontario lake just next to our building where we live in the downtown of Toronto.

Spring morning fog is colouring water ripples.

There is a some philosophical meaning in this question- when I am throwing stones into water, why I look at circles on the water? This action reminds me that all our actions should be good or content.

And if do not look at the circles on the water, then the whole meaning of this lesson is lost. And all our actions, and our whole life, turn out to be devoid of inner content.

All our achievements- they are like circles on the water. And we should look what they will be, so taking care of the circlrs on the water we leave behind. This spring is giving time and opportunity to be a little be a “philosophical” person:)

Lake’s waves are showing trees and cities’ buildings reflection.

Some spring rain drops in the lake

Reflection of trees and water in the lake

A great expression by Claude Monet about water is “The essence of the motif is the mirror of water, whose appearance alters at every moment.”

Bon voyage! Until the next travel:) Stay healthy.

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Tools used for my painting. Watercolour brands Van Gogh and Cotman. Paper Canson Mix Media album 28×35 cm (11×14 in.) and Canson Watercolour album 25×35 cm (11 x15 in.)

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