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This. Is. Gorgeous.

I know what you mean about art forcing you to focus, meditate, and be conscious of your breath. You can literally take yourself off to another realm.

You have such talent, Simona. I really love this. It reminds me of a moire pattern.

Simona Carini

I am glad you like it, Susan. It was not easy to take a photo, since the pattern has a delicate color. Suminagashi requires attention to your breath also because it may disturb the surface of the water. You can actually create a pattern by blowing lightly (or by using a small fan to create a slight turbulence), though that is not what I did in this instance.

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