haiku + images
There’s a lot going
on here, especially since
I love the nothingness! Bravo!
Thanks. This is in my very favorite part of Texas, the place I go to recharge myself.
Really beautiful! Have a great day!
Thanks – you, too.
This is what it’s all about: make it seem like there’s always something going on, because there is.
In this case, what was going on was:
– the hum of insects
– a few cars went by
– the ivy continued its inexplicable climb up the curtain on the left-hand window
– creeping destruction
– and a lot of other stuff I didn’t recognize
Yes, that’s what I meant: nothing happening vs. everything going on – and you always know how to capture this difference.
Thanks for saying I always know how to capture the difference. That’s actually something I work at; a friend recommended a book called Seeing Fresh: The Practice of Contemplative Photography, and it helped me learn to see things (like this) in a different way.
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