Once, the Earth and the Wind were fighting over who were the strongest and most important of the two. They fighted for days, raging. The Wind tearing down trees, and whipping the ocean to a white, messy, biting monster. The Earth resisting, not letting go of its shores, the mountains garding the valleys like giant soldiers, forcing the wind to bend back. At the seventh day, the Universe decided to put this stupid fight to an end. It told the Earth and the Wind, that none could exist without the other, and none without the Universe lovingly holding them. And the Aurora Borealis was put above, like a sign and reminder that we all are a part of something bigger, and that love is what keep us alive, and make us stronger together.
See and buy the original watercolour here: Aurora Borealis [Akvarell på papir, str liten]