I'm going to cheat on the "wordless" part of this Wednesday by writing this comment. I took this picture (along with about 50 others)in Stanley Park on Sunday in the rain. When I uploaded it, I saw that it evokes the feeling of smallness I often have in Vancouver, where we are surrounded by mountains, huge trees, skyscrapers, and the ocean. In fact, the woman was so small against the big trees that I had to crop the photo twice so that she'd show up in Blogger.
I always love your photographs and, while your explanation was great, I already felt what you were feeling - both when you took it, and when you uploaded it. For being such a "word" person, you are also able to express yourself through your pix. I SO admire that. And you. I bet this person realized that they had no chocolate in the house and was on their way to buy some.
Love it. And I do appreciate the added text, b/c I am more of a words person and I do enjoy it when an artist explains her work. Thank you. :)
I need glasses. I still can't see the lone walker. But I LOVE the beautiful trees!P.S. Susan- you are a tree baby! (Not the lone walker)
Very Nice! I'm from the Midwest and I tend to feel closed-in when I can't see the horizon.
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