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January 12, 2014 § 30 Comments
shadow and ice reveal
the fence’s wobbly fears
Tagged: abstract, fear, fence, ice, outdoors, revealed, secrets, shadow
Shadow reveals the archetypal Shadow. Nice.
Love that phrase, “the fence’s wobbly fears”: very evocative!
Which is real and which is shadow?
ah yes…the real mystery. Thanks for your comments Steve. I really appreciate them – as I do your work. Best, Seedbud
Another expressive, contemplative post! Now that the fence’s fears have been revealed as “wobbly,” it can see that they are unjustified, unfounded, and therefore the fence will know it has nothing to fear after all. The fence may stand strong.
Oh! Yes, exactly – unjustified, unfounded fears. May the fence stand strong. Thank you so much for commenting. Very Best, Seedbud
Strong picture, beautiful words.
Reblogged this on thisoldtoad.
Thanks for sharing me with your readers. Best, Seedbud
What a nice shot!
Beautiful as always keep up the good work…..your photo today is a great shot where was it taken if you don’t mind telling me? Kat
Hi Kat, Like most of my photos this one was taken in the “Upper Valley” – the Vermont side of the Connecticut River, near Fairlee.
Calming and serene.
I love the concept. Looks can be deceiving.
Love this photo!
Hi! :-). !!!!
Oh I really liket this! Snow, fenceline, shadows … what’s not to like?
The soul made apparent.
Striking light and lovely shadow!
I like all the lines – straight, wobbly and reflected.
Hi. I also like the ‘wobbly fears’ and those blue shadows. Jane
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