It's been a little while since I filmed a time-lapse video. I find myself a bit under pressure when I film because there is no editing involved - it's all done in the camera - so the page has to be done in one go, no huge pauses as I wander away and do something else while things dry. I guess it's a little like Rae Missigman's 15 minute exercise. I tend to use what is within reach, otherwise the camera may shake as I walk across the room (it's suspended from a microphone stand by a gorilla tripod and sensitive to movement).
I had no idea where this was going. I just grabbed whatever was around and set to work. Once the blue was on there, I had some journalling to add. The reds and yellows of the rest of the page remind me of the Australian desert colours. It's a hot page, so the cool blue ribbon through the middle is refreshing. It reminds me to look for refreshment no matter what else might be going on in my life; to be deliberate about seeking out the water even in the desert wilderness.