Thursday, December 1, 2011

In My World

I hope you've not grown weary of these pictures of mine...
There are points in the week(s) when they are all there's time for.
There are other moments when I honestly feel they let me share
parts of my life that that would be shortchanged by mere words.
Sometimes my photo montages, my images
(or 'snaps' call them in the UK which
I've always been fond of calling them)
are my version of 3 or 5 or 6 random thoughts -
but visual rather than texted.
If ever they elicit boredom, or a yawn let me know
Otherwise, I'll continue sharing them with you ....


TheCrankyCrow said...

I am not - and do not believe I ever could be - tired of your snaps. You are so correct - sometimes the written word is more adept at capturing an emotion, a feeling, an experience; at others, a photo does what not tomes could do. I'm especially enamored with the chair and the leaves in this montage - the leaves, the stone, the chippy paint - so evocative of fall in every sense of that word....Happy December my friend....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

BumbleBeeLane said...

Love the snaps.So much better than reading long drawn out words at times.Just a serene image to let you daydream.Pretty and peaceful.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Woman Seeking Center said...
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Woman Seeking Center said...

Dear Amy ~ how wonderful to read your confirmation of the enjoyment of my 'snaps'! I value your insights ever-so-much. I think you spot-on in your point that images engender daydreaming (a much needed but 'oft undone) joy in life these days. Perhaps a bit like reading a book vs viewing a movie of the same - the snaps allow whatever each may find vs words which are by design and nature far more owned by the writer....

So good to hear from you as always!
Hope all's calming a bit in your world :-)

Woman Seeking Center said...

Happy greetings dear Robin!

Sweet song to my heart to read your words (as always!) tho in particular regarding the chair..

I agonized over the pro/con aspects of locating it to this destination. Next I fretted over doing so without strip/paint for longevity vz its "as seen" vulnerable yet alluring ancient appearance.

As you find it in the image, I chose to admire the time-acquired beauty it had earned for as long as nature (and the chair) deem best. There IS something winsome yet profoundly dignified in the visual of it situated in kinship with tree, stone, elements, and time...

PS SO happy to have heard (mostly) good news from you via email - note back soon!

Hugs and blessings to you