Definitely doing this in back acres. :-) "Create a Backyard Wildlife Habitat - Birds and butterflies will flock to your yard when their three main needs -- food, water, and shelter -- are available, no matter how urban the setting. Learn how to satisfy the needs of nature's creatures."
I think this image represents a burst of colour breaking out of a small dark place. On the website there is this Haiku poem: In hindsight, all pains | that come our way are meant to | make us grow stronger | what seemed like aimless | journey, now it has revealed | a profound purpose | like a butterfly | breaking out of a cocoon | a new dawn appeared | with new wings to soar | heights that I've never been to | fly higher I will
"As I started to picture the trees in the storm, the answer began to dawn on me. The trees in the storm don't try to stand up straight and tall and erect. They allow themselves to bend and be blown with the wind. They understand the power of letting go. Those trees and those branches that try too hard to stand up strong and straight are the ones that break...." -- Julia Butterfly Hill