"IT'S NOT THE LENGTH OF THE GESTATION, IT'S THE EXTENT OF THE ATTACHMENT."


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Drip






Don't you just love the gradual fade from dreary and gray to vibrant and new. This is not some form of clever symbolism meant to reflect on personal growth (how clever would that be, though?). If it were, I'd be the puddled weed. What would you be?

8 comments:

The Nanny said...

I'd be a happy little green leaf, just going along for the ride.

The pictures are beautiful. Do you do any photoshop work with them?

Beth said...

those are some awesome photos! great job!!

not sure what kind of leaf i would be....one that still hasn't found its rightful place but is enjoying the ride to her destination.

Becky said...

You take such beautiful pictures. It makes me smile when I see them.

I'm not sure what I'd be...maybe the one blowing down a quiet street on it's way to somewhere, but nowhere in particular.

Rachel said...

For a minute I thought I was on Niobe's page instead of yours.

I think I'd be the bud of a new leaf.

Hope said...

I love the photo's. I have been lurking for a few days. I also lost my little Samuel.

Monica H said...

Nanny- Nope, what you see if what you get. No photoshop here. I think photoshop can do wonders for a photo, but I also think that there is so much beauty that already exists in photos that they don't need to be touched up. It's kinda cheating in a way.

Becky- Thank you for the compliment.

Hope- Welcome! and I'm sorry for your loss.

Kristi said...

The leaf with the row of beads of water appeals to me. Beautiful!!

meg said...

I love the photos. The rain is great. I so wish I was looking at that, rather than a pile of snow.