wordless wednesday June 11, 2014June 11, 2014 ~ carin Other Wordless Friends— Cheryl Andrews Allison Howard Barbara Lambert Allyson Latta Elizabeth Yeoman Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailMoreLinkedInPrintRedditTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading...
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Ooooh this really trips up my mind wondering if it is water or clouds, up or down. Excellent shot.
Then my work is complete. Tripping up minds was my goal. (;
[and thank you!]
Now that’s thinking outside of the box. Clever woman.
Takes one to know one. (;
Just beautiful .
The lake never gets dull.
Oh tricky tricky Ms. Magtree! to generate a moment of confusion — HOW did she do that??? Followed of course by a rather abashed shah! oho! Very nice, very effective. I love how the watery sky world seems much realer than the “real” world, and the heron (or cormorant?) becomes a kind of Platonic reality of birds in general, bird spirit, shall we say! Lovely.
I rather liked that too… the way the water looks very much like sky and clouds. BTW, “Shah!” and “Oho!” you say?? I’ll have to ask you to keep it clean, Ms. L. (;
I don’t normally go around quoting scripture, but for some reason this image evoked a passage from Corinthians: “For now we see through a glass, darkly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then shall I know even as I am known.”
Thanks, Leslie. What a lovely passage. It brings a whole other layer to the snap. I’m so happy to know it touched you…
That’s unique, fab shot ;-)
Have a fantabulosa day ;-)
Thanks! You too. Fantabulosa…
This photo is so … calming and thought provoking =) #WW
I love hearing this. So happy to know the effect is more than its parts, i.e. wings. (;
I love the striking silhouette (and reflection), almost monochrome with just that hint of blue, and the symmetry of this shot. And it’s a mind-bender. For the first couple of moments we think we know what we’re seeing, then feel disoriented, then realize … aha! The sky and water blend so beautifully into each other.
Thanks, Allyson. BTW, this was taken at The Port. A spot I believe you know well… (:
Oh, fabulous!! And, though it is a lovely picture right side up, it is absolutely brilliant upside down. It’s amazing how much the reversal adds to it.