30 November 2012
Let me know which is your favorite and why.
On my daily walks I pause on the same bridge to spy on the creek that runs through my travels. This vantage point gives two different scenes that lend to my photographic leanings. I am swayed my reflections, daily meanderings of the water’s flow, and the continual alteration of the landscape.
While there are times that the view is worthy of my starring, other times the confluence of nature’s hand is not as inviting. But there is always a spontaneity of memory that survives.
WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge gives me the opportunity to post two of this week’s high points. The sun cast its radiance upon autumn’s bare trees and the result speaks for itself.
In the Lens section are two variations from that mid-day walk. The first is the close up, where details are more evident. The second is the longer shot, and winds from the bridge’s edge toward the distant woods.
Often Mother Nature’s reflections spur my inner reflections; each influencing the other. These images are clearly the inner workings of the creek’s soldiers. Trees are shed of their coverings, and remind me of how we do the same–shed our emotions and point of view.
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