I’m sorry, I just can do this. This cry for junk is just not within the realms of possibility for me – partly because in my photography I try oh-so-hard to focus on positive and inspiring subjects, but mostly because – well, click to see – I’ve already done it.
So, rather than junk today, how about a nice portion of something else? Perhaps a soupçon of refinery on an overcast day? Yes? Well, here you go then.
Ok, and now click here for a shout to one of my favourites.
Thanks for visiting and have a great, non-junky day.
Here is my response to this week’s photo challenge: Patterns and Lines.
Patterns and Lines
And here’s a blog that really inspires me.
Behold Stillness, Pacific Ocean style, south of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
My response to today’s challenge – non-sequitur – is to dip into my little bag of flowers in memory of the summer that was, knowing that the winter to come will look completely different.
Have a last look, folks – the colours are changing already.
Here’s my humble submission to Ese’s Challenge – Open
“Your future is only as bright as your mind is open.”
― Rich Wilkins
Catch the sun
Reach for every moment
Spread your wings
Speak your mind
With school now firing up and summer soon forgotten, I wanted to take a moment to pause and reflect on all the trips I made to the country this year – ostensibly to get away, but mostly to find little scenes like this.
The process of searching for the right acreage is arduous, but thoroughly enjoyable, and it’s something I look forward to doing again next summer. This brings to mind an old proverb, which I just made up:
“May your winter be exactly what you want it to be, whether you deserve it or not.”
“Who was that lady I saw you with last night?”
“That was no lady – that was my gull-friend.”
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