Love the comment! and yes perseverance is something!
perhaps i like the second best, where something just begins to be born into attentionbut of course it is the series that matters, this narrative of paying attention and so being born ourselves along with the world that welcomes us into birthyes, it becomes real with wait. yes, it calls. we see this together, do we not?, when we have patience and faith :-)love :-))))).
i shot this same scene with different exposures, although this series is created from the same photograph adjusting exposures each time. my son watched as i opened these photographs having been with me earlier during white out conditions on these back roads. holy, mom! he exclaimed. yes, son, holy holy)))in my life, as in all of our lives, i go through periods of my vision being eclisped. creation of truths and beliefs are mysterious things. i must practice faith and perseverance. i must lean closer. and too, i must let the storm sweep the world, creating and uncreating, creating and uncreating, and i waiting and watching on the side of the road must remain in awe.xoerin
Bel espace de liberté pour mon esprit avide d'évasion.Roger
the mystery of emergence... Beautiful... that's a real white space...PS : i believe I'm furtive rather than bold
Get sucked into that minimal landscape, just beautiful.
"Words at the limit of hearing, attributable to no one, received in the conch of the ear like dew by a leaf." (philippe jaccottet) or even a quiet presence is appreciated))