A walk through the dark Moving over the boardwalk The quiet’s beauty I enjoyed editing this one. The texture is wonderful, at least to me. Advertisements
The tulip’s fire Graceful beauty bursting forth Spring time’s sun warmer
Walking in the night Enjoying this graceful scene Of the moon’s ascent One of my favorite places is the waterfront in Edmonds, about 30 miles north of Seattle. I adore walking along the shore. Even tonight in the cold, though there were moments of striking clarity.
My home was once there The outward shape is still there And yet, it’s transformed Walking these old streets Visions of dirty concrete Echoes of our past Grime and poverty Once marked these streets with their truth Now airbrushed away Walking with dear friends Explorations of this past Amongst my future
Went walking today Along my favorite shoreline As the sun moved low One of my favorite things is to walk along the waterfront in Edmonds, WA. Tonight I include a few photos I took along the way.
As one stares upwards Admiring ornate art Expressions in stone Another image found on Bing (it’s from this website. Really interesting work). I’ve long admire such stonework. The craftsmanship is exquisite, but I’m even more impressed by the mind the conceived it.
Gazing upon this Such a cultural symbol Moments of beauty Love this photo by Mathieu Rivrin. Check out more of his work here.
I seek out beauty The glories of Washington My ancestors speak
Staring at myself Wetted marble captures me As I seek balance If you’ve been to Seattle’s Pacific Science Center, you’ve probably noticed the marble sphere balanced upon water. A perfect equilibrium which allows for an ease of motion; it can be shifted with one hand.
Sandra Bacchi, a Pittsburgh based photographer and cinematographer I discovered via Edge of Humanity Magazine. Her current project, “Watermelons Are Not Strawberries” stuns me with its beauty. ‘Watermelons Are Not Strawberries’ is a work-in-progress, as I continually seek to better understand myself and increase my awareness of how I react to challenges related to my experiences […]