weekly photo challenge: the world through your eyes

With one who does not speak his every thought

I spent a pleasant evening. ~ Hyakuchi*


Things wabi-sabi have a vague, blurry, or attenuated quality—as things do as they approach nothingness (or come out of it).  One-hard edges take on a soft pale glow. Once-substantial materiality appears almost sponge-like. Once-bright saturated colors fade into muddy earth tones or the smoky hues of dawn and dust.  Wabi-sabi comes in an infinite spectrum of grays…**

This week’s  WordPress.com Weekly Photo Challenge submission:  a barn in southeastern Wyoming


*The Moon in the Pines

Trans:  Jonathan Clements

**Wabi-Sabi  for Artist, designers, Poets, & Philosophers

Leonard Koren


  1. Very nice shot – I like it a lot with the toning and fence not too close and the way it is receding.

    (It brought to mind the end of the film Witness, when the baddies are approaching the Amish town.)

    1. Thank you for your positive response… WY winters include days that have a spring-like feel…this spring the rolling hills seem to be blanketed in various shades of green, beautiful 🙂

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