Wildflower Meditations: A Gift for the Spirit
Imagine starting your day with a beautiful photograph of a wildflower and an inspirational quotation. Now you can with my first book “Wildflower Meditations: A Gift for the Spirit.” The book features 90 of my wildflower photographs and 90 of my favorite inspirational quotations.
“Patty Hankins’ flower photos work on the psyche like good lyric poems. By capturing and communicating moments of pure beauty, they teach us how to better see such moments for ourselves. I love beginning my day with a meditation on one of these photos and its accompanying quote, but this profound volume is a powerful resource for anyone who, at any time, is hungry for a dose of wonder.” ~ Rose Solari, poet and novelist
- Bring a few moments of peaceful beauty into a busy day
- Be inspired by the thoughts of influential writers including Henry David Thoreau, Rachel Carson, Mahatma Gandhi and Emily Dickinson
- Share the beauty of nature with your friends, family and customers
” Opening any page of Patty’s beautiful book is like a meditation. I feel calm, peaceful and centered, and it’s easier to tap into appreciation and gratitude. I love it!” ~ Pamela Bruner, author and success coach
” A masterpiece of beauty and serenity” ~ Sheri Fink, Amazon best-selling author of The Little Rose
I will be happy to sign copies of my book for you. If it is a gift for someone, please let me know who to inscribe it to.
Wildlower Meditations: A Gift for the Spirit is a softcover 6″ x 6″ book. 192 pages. ISBN 978-0-9849941-0-6
“Patty Hankins is one of those rare individuals who clearly has a passion and love for photography. Her photographs bring the world of flower to all of us, and her dedication to the promotion of environmental issues is just another step into her life’s journey of making the world a better place for everyone. This wonderful book brings the beauty of flowers into our homes, and the selections of thought-provoking quotes found within its pages cause all of us to stop for a moment an think about the world around us.” ~ Dan Williams, photographer