Posts Tagged ‘perspectives’

Road Sweep Good One


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Is this a setting sun

or a rising moon?

Or is it a bird on a hay bale at dusk?

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Barn n Slope

A Virginia Barn in the Shenandoah Valley

There is a big white barn I can see from home

but can never get quite the right angle

or the trees are in leaf

and the barn disappears

lost and entwined in a tangle.

Then winter clears the brush and trees,

continuing each season’s story,

and there it is, the big white barn,

revealed in a world of faded glory.













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What is This




Hey- I am all alone here

Alone in a Big White World


I'm Taking Cover

Taking Cover


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Photo Challenge:  Descent

This week, show us your interpretation of descent.

McCormick Farm  Mill Wheel

McCormick Farm
Mill Wheel Raphine, Virginia

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Cow Watcher

Who’s Watching Who? Or Whom?

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Galapagos Tortoise

Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge


This week, share a texture found in an unexpected place.  It could be made of natural materials or with man-made objects. This is a great opportunity to look at the world in a slightly different way — along with looking at things from new angles.  Zooming very far out or very far in are both great ways to create texture and pattern in photos.

Yes, I was looking around for texture and zooming around, and this is what I found.  Can you guess what it is?

‘Tis the shell of a Galapagos Tortoise!   I took a picture of the giant creature at the Virginia Safari Park.  Isn’t nature amazing?

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Casual Elegance

I imagined I was sitting on the porch of a mansion.

gazing out upon a sweeping lawn

marred only by a picnic bench just past the shade.

Shall I ring for tea or lemonade?

Still the scene is fetching don’t you think?

The question is, ” Is it Casually Elegant or Elegantly Casual?”


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The Shadow Knows

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