The Lens-Artist Photo Challenge this week is Inspiration
This week, after chatting with Bushboy via his Feather’s post, I was inspired to bring geranium blooms indoors.
Splashes of indoor beauty can add visual rhythm to life.
Corona’s (1993) “The Rhythm of the Night” song is not to be confused with Debarge’s (1985) song with the same name – because the Corona band added “The” to their song title – kind of like Ohio State anchors with their “The.”
This song comes to mind with the geranium inspiration because this early 1990s song has been remixed and played a lot this summer. The “Corona” band “name” fits right in with the COVID pandemic. However, it is also a fun jam that invites us to dance, workout, or just tap a toe – while we all endure the pandemic.
“The Rhythm of the Night” song will always remind me of Summer 2020. (#PowerofMusic, right Clive?)
“The Rhythm of the Night” song (1993-1994), by Italian band Corona, ALSO has a few inspiring lyrics: to go with this techno beat
“You could put some joy upon my face
Oh, sunshine in an empty place.”
“Won’t you teach me how to love and learn.”
“The rhythm of the night
This is the rhythm of my life
My life, oh yeah
The rhythm of my life.”
During this pandemic – and anytime – we all need to find ways to add some rhythm to our lives.
It could be enjoying flowers – or writing – joining in with blog challenges, or starting a new hobby.
Just get moving – get busy finding what you need to add more rhythm to your life.
Your vitality depends on it!
The small things that inspire us can bring much joy.
Thanks for hosting, Tina. And if you want to join in with the Lens-Artists, go here for this week. Here are the links for more info: