The word kaleidoscope was formed from the Greek meaning beautiful form watcher. It came about because a Scottish inventor named Sir David Brewster noticed patterns and colors created and reformed into beautiful arrangements while looking at objects at the end of two mirrors.
All around us are beautiful forms. The world has so many wonders to behold, from the large and majestic to the small and simple. But how often in this life do we take the time to notice them, to admire them, to take them in? These images were formed from objects or scenes that I noticed, and, much like Brewster, was able to find a way to reform them into new beautiful arrangements.