Posts Tagged ‘Imagination

05
Jul
17

daydreams…

“There are in life a few moments so beautiful,that even words are a sort of profanity.” Diana Palmer

Big Puffy Clouds-Lake-SwittersB

30
Jun
17

strolling the beach for treasures…

“Words today are like the shells and rope of seaweed which a child brings home glistening from the beach and which in an hour have lost their luster.” Cyril Connolly

Oregon-Siletz Bay Mouth-SwittersB Lum

15
Jun
17

imagination…

a little world, all its own. A simple weed/plant in the woods with so many clinging water droplets. I took a not too exacting macro shot of a couple leaves of the weed.

water drops-leaf-SwittersB-weed

12
May
17

fanciful…

26
Apr
17

another world beneath the turmoil…

Rapids over hole

17
Apr
17

The horizon…

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03
Apr
17

At least now and then…

“You will always find me behind the line of the Horizon” Fernando González y Lozano




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