a sharing of readings, thoughts, and images guided by compassion and equanimity
When you’re thinking about what to do, you don’t have enough attention to see what’s around you. ~David Vestal
Great photo. It reminds me of a whale skeleton.
thank you … your comment brought to mind the “Little Prince”‘s elephant in a hat. :)
I like this photo-a lot. Great composition, the use of shadow and light-and the b/w lends a real mood to the scene.
thank you for your positive comments.
A visual Koan
Within light there is darkness,but do not try to understand that darkness. Within darkness there is light, but do not look for that light. Light and darkness are a pair, like the foot before and the foot behind in walking.
Sandokai -Shitou Xiqian
Ever desireless, one can see the mystery.
Ever desiring, one sees the manifestations.
These two spring from the same source but differ in name; this appears as darkness
~Tao Lao Tsu, Te Ching
What a great picture..the shadows are so clear and make a delightful picture!
thank you for the positive feedback
I like the shadows of the fence.
Have a beautiful monday :)
thank you … may you have a peace filled Monday :)
I Just want to let you know that I linked you to my latest post at http://lifebeam.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/0319-liebster-award/ and nominated you for a Liebster Award.
Have a great day and thank you for your wonderful blog!
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