Sunday, October 2, 2011

Interlude

A lone daisy bends toward the stream, admiring its reflection.

Light transforms ordinary scenes. 
We pause and take notice. 

16 comments:

  1. To pause and take notice. Such simple words. But I think this is what life's all about.

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  2. This made me laugh. What a neat idea that is. I have heard that the Rocky Mts. has sparlking water, now I believe it.

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  3. Love the light that shines through the daisy and makes the diamonds in the water. Lovely picture Barb, - beautifully structured.

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  4. THAT ~ is just beautiful, Barb!
    ... not just the photo, but your fabulous interpretation.

    At first, I saw the "lonely daisy,"
    but it was the rest of your sentence that brought a smile!

    Wishing you a wonderful week*
    Maria

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  5. Ah yes - so true. And that light is special - the sun gradually saying farewell to the earth for a while...

    Beautiful picture.

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  6. I love how you "pause and take notice". That, and you beautiful, most stunning photography sets you apart, and makes visiting your blog such a pleasure!

    Thanks for reminding me to "take notice"!

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  7. Hi Barb, Thanks for visiting my blog. Love your capture - it is simply beautiful and beautifully simple!

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  8. That is beautiful, it is so true too. The magic of the changing light and the wonderful gift of our choice as to where we will focus our attention. Wonderful Barb.

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  9. A lone daisy... very poignant near the end of autumn.

    It's funny that I never really noticed until I started photography how much sunlight, and its quality, affects the way that I see the world. I'm sure that it's always been true for me... but a camera made me realize it consciously.

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  10. It's so often the small things in life that bring me joy!

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  11. So important to pause - enjoy the moments.

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  12. Było co podziwiać . Pozdrawiam

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  13. ...and the branch swayed gracefully like a charming ballerina!

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