Of course, I wasn’t there, how could I know Or, really, how could anyone opine on how this world began, Big Bang, or no, But if imagined, is this what I’d find? From out of darkness, nothingness defined For something had to be before… Continue Reading “In the beginning…”
Day 5: Solitary and Rule of Thirds
Flaming star that rises new each morn, These billion years forever has it been, Yet we, mere mortal specks amid the dawn, Still marvel, as if vision ne’er had seen. It casts it’s tint of fire on the scene So e’en when face is… Continue Reading “Sun-bathed”
When first I contemplated which photo to post in response to the Photo Friday prompt, “Patterns“, I immediately thought of the many knitting patterns that I’ve used, in creating beautiful handmade gifts; until I remembered this shot, taken a few weeks ago, of the… Continue Reading “Perspective”
Watercolor wisps paint each new dawn, So t’was in the beginning, nascent time, Untrodden shores, calm seas, the slate is clean.
Between the ink-black night and brand new day, Before the bright white sun’s in blinding play, Burnt orange sliver, then a band, seeps through, The light year, far-off fire flames anew, The solar star so distant, yet, the key, to who and why and… Continue Reading “Burnt Orange”
I have always been an early bird, creeping out of vacation hotel rooms to avoid waking the family, camera case slung over my shoulder and flip-flops tucked under my arm. I cannot miss the sunrise. I know that the most beautiful moments are fleeting… Continue Reading “Before the Dawn”
Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale
Shards of golden rays, Sparkling flecks on feathered neck, Regal oversight.
Today, the first day of the rest of life,
Brightly Lit: I had a difficult time selecting a single photo to epitomize this week’s Photo Friday prompt, “Brightly Lit”. I soon realized that there are many, equally compelling interpretations. *** Brightly Lit: Direct Light: The indescribably bright, white-hot flame flickering in a beachside fire pit.
***** ***** Clear choice: Black or White, Save for some who toss; lost ‘tween Shifting shades of gray. ***** *****