Monday, April 27, 2009

"...without darkness

Nothing comes to birth

As without light
Nothing flowers." - May Sarton

I have spent much of my recent time pondering things as such.

Also, how differently, essentially and from how many different perceptions any one thing might be interpreted. My grass series, all taken on one day, from the same spot, with the same camera and lens...maybe the only thing that changed was the light but they have begun to represent more to me. This is some of what has been rolling around inside my head, presenting in my dreams, inspiring me lately...

What is in your head right now?
Do tell.


Blogger Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

The backlit shot is stunning! The pair, a perfect visual for your musings.

My thoughts?...
Not just in the camera world, but in all aspects, perception is reality. Hence the root of all misunderstandings, arguments, wars... and whether the flower is dark or light!

How powerful to be able to show someone else our perspective and for them to show us theirs.

This medium of blogging has already broadened my perspectives and perceptions - I have grown from my connection with so many amazing souls and am continually inspired by them.

11:11 AM  
Anonymous truskeptic said...

Wonderful ... as always.

Impressive from both sides, but I would say the 'dark-side' shot conveys a more intriguing aspect of the subject.

Right now my head is full of the wonder of the changing seasons, (and, unfortunately, along with this, tree pollen!). As you point out so eloquently, we should always recognize and relish multiple perspectives. :)

10:30 PM  
Blogger maddie said...

drinking in the golden light
of your flowers:)

and sipping coffee ~ listening
to Sade ~ feeling the morning's
first light swell across the skies:)

6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

soo much is going on in my head
we just moved into a 5 bedroom house that has more room that what we have to put into it
and i'm trying to figure out our two rooms right now and just adjusting to a new place again

but your pictures are a wonderful little bubble of comfort thank you sophie

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

spreading love...that's what's in my head right now...being kinder, softer, radiating light and love.

4:17 PM  
Blogger LeS said...

thank you all for sharing...i truly enjoy the dialogue we've created here. please keep it coming! :)

2:08 PM  

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