A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“A place to rest
isn’t given to us.
decline and blindly fall
from one hour to the next,
like water thrown
from cliff to cliff,
year after year,
down into the Unknown.”
– para JG Miles –
Thank you, for you daily glimpse of freshness!
Thank you for being there!! (…smiling and smiling…)
Oh Kari, I think this is an amazing piece of work. Such beautiful dabs of light and shadow. Oddly, I am reminded of a bird and nest – perhaps I am spending too much time photographing birds…
This one is going to stick with me, incredible. xx
Karen, I am so touched by your comment! Thank you so much, really!…
I chime with the previous comment – what light/ what shadow. On another note that quote is so cheery. (Smiles)
Thank you so much, Jonathan… (…smiling for you too…)
I was being sarcastic about the quote. (Smiles slyly)
…of course, there is almost no hope in there…almost… it is a homage for a friend that is crazy about this romantic poet… I am a bit romantic noir too, but I always know how to smile too…
So beautiful… and peaceful.
Great work, my friend!!
Thank you so much, dear Malin!! It is the same tree, of your assignment “Me and the tree”, it was a beautiful afternoon near that light…and that intense tree… (…smiling and smiling…)
A big smile back at you, my friend.
And yes… an intense tree.
yes … I think it’s a good place for pure thoughts,
I sometimes wonder whether there is such a place where there is silence
may need it to have it in myself inside.
Beautiful, Kari, like always
Thank you my dear Agnes!! and welcome back again!!
It is very difficult, but I think it has to be inside, no other place…but is so difficult… (…smiling…)
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