“You see persons and things not as they are
but as you are. ” Anthony de Mello
Hi Awareness,I've seen you in Carmi's comment threads before, and noticed today you had your first WW up so I figured it was time to visit. :)Fantastic first photo, there's something about the ordinary that's spectacular to me. I often see things like this and think it begs to be photographed...you must, too.(Did you also link to the WW site? There's also a main carnival link at "5 Minutes for Mom".)Robin @ PENSIEVE
Interesting picture. Love the contrasts in colors and design Is there a theme to Wordless Wednesdays?
thanks Robin....I havent linked anywhere except on Carmi's site, but will look into it. Glad you enjoyed the photo. I liked how weathered and yet beautiful they still were. Kind of like all of us.......aging gracefully. :)Naomi. You know what? I don't have a clue if theres a theme. hehee! I just posted a photo I liked, but had nothing to say that would link to it. I thought that perhaps it would speak it's own dialogue.
Interesting, shutters to shield that which is alread shielded, hmm.
Mark....:) I liked the colour contrast and figured the window wasn't needed....they are in fact shutters for two separate windows. I took another angle shot of the whole side of the house, but I liked this one better.
Thank you for letting me know you were diving into the Wordless Wednesday pool. This is a rockin' photo to kickstart your descent into WWW (Wordless Wednesday World).On the one hand, the worn surfaces speak of how time has passed this structure by. On the other, the color counters with a sliver of hope. This photo's pulling me in two directions, and I'm enjoying it immensely. I like your emotional sense of capturing a moment.
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