A day … a “before” day. A day blurred by time at the Fort Collins Museum of Art.
The Fort Collins Museum of Art (MoA) is located in the Old Post Office building in Old Town Fort Collins. The museum is housed in a three-story Second Renaissance Revival structure designed by James Knox Taylor, the Supervising Architect for the U.S. Treasury.
Blurred images submitted for Amy’s
(The World is a Book…) invitation: A day in my week
(P.A. Moed) invites photographers to “show us your captures of street art in places near and far.”
Cee’s black and white photo challenge: looking through or into a window
stop again! ~Issa* with your lantern stop! a green insect
Leica D-Lux 7 … f/2.3 . 1/2000 . 16.3 . 100 ISO
edited in Capture One and Photoshop
what magical things will one find at the top of these steps
Cee’s black and white photo challenge
I am old and I am bored. I was never very wise and my mind has never walked much further than my feet. Oh my forest, my forest … I go back and back to wander there.
There blue fingers of the moon still play on my old lute. There wind scatters clouds and comes down to flutter my robe.
You ask me what is the best happiness of all? In the forest it is sweet to hear a girl singing on the path, after she has stoped to ask her way, and thanked you with a smile. ~
Thank you Amy (
The World is a Book) for this week’s lens-artists challenge: Keep Walking.
The Jade Flute: Chinese Poems in Prose: The Project Gutenberg