I appreciate beauty in objects, people, animals and plants. Beauty is soothing for me, but sometimes also embarrassing. At times I feel that I do not deserve to enjoy exceptionally beautiful things or people. Micro complexes 🙂
I did not collect data on an ongoing basis. Before drawing the postcard, I tried to recall all my contacts with beauty. The fact that I remembered something was a proof that it made a great impression on me. All these memories were evaluated on a subjective scale from beautiful! (beauty worth noting) to wooooooow! (I have not seen anything more beautiful).
I divided the chart into two categories. Animated beauty (people, animals) and inanimate beauty (objects, music, etc.). I used a bubble chart to present the scale of beauty.
Klaudia’s postcard is enigmatic, but it shows well that beauty can be found in many usual and unusual situations. Who would have guessed that this pie chart was a cheesecake;)
In the everyday frenzy I often forget to observe the beauty that surrounds me. This sad reflection usually comes to me during holidays, when I break away from everyday life and start noticing (and appreciating!) the sun, flowers, animals, meals… This week was a great opportunity for me to pay more attention to what pleases the eye.
I wrote down on a regular basis things that caught my eye: meals, book illustrations (especially in my daughter’s books), weather phenomena and paintings.
From over 20 records I have chosen the most interesting 16 data points. This time I decided not to categorize my data, and instead devote some space to each beautiful thing that I have seen.
A very interesting classification. I must admit that it took me quite long to realize who was Esmee. I thought it was some famous actress or singer but a Google search showed no results. In the end, it turned out to be… Jakub’s dog 🙂