not a pretty picture. not a good. not a bad. picture. but an argument.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

scenes of grave consequence, i


  1. whoa! where is this? imagine the man made electric poles and the paved road not being present. it would show a cold wintry planet that had lost its regulatory seasonal changes. is our planet going through this transition? have 'we' caused it to enter into a point of no return?

    this is what my eyes see in what you have capture in these pics

  2. We've had some of those scenes recently! Stay warm!

  3. A scene to get lost and disappear, becoming fine drops of water and melt into the immediate horizon.

  4. Just wow! Here I sit, in the deep South, excited because we have a 40% chance of a little snow tonight. This new cold (20's or teens at night) wakes me at 2 a.m. and every joint in my body screams with pain. I get up and walk around the house, like a ghost, followed by 6 cats yowling. I get my book and try to escape for a while. I do.

    Oh, Erin! I've been dying to tell you to read these two books: "The Enchanted" by Rene Denfeld and "The White Dawn" by James Houston. The two books are irrevocably intertwined, like two beating hearts. These are not average books. Both are dark, but redemptive. I think of you as I read of the great frozen North and wish you were reading this book along side me. Stay warm, dearest friend. xo

  5. Beautiful. You inspired me a few weeks ago and I tried out different things with my camera.


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