Photos and musings from coastal Maine
...to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving free....
wow. that is really a beautiful, perfect shot...
Thanks, Theresa. Coming from you, that is high praise. It was a magical spot. ;o)
Marvellous photo, but I find abandoned houses so sad. Who, why, when.....?
I think those same things, Perpetua. I imagine it is often the case of an older person hanging on to a place she or he can no longer maintain--but refuses to leave. This one, actually, looked like it just got a brand new foundation. So I think better times are coming soon. ;o)
Looks like a Wyeth painting. B
I did not 'see' that at the time, but noticed it right away when I put it into my computer. ;o)
Mike, I can see the children sitting in that sunlight, playing dolls on the floor!Great shot!
Oh, I like that scene, Robin! Thanks for sharing it. ;o)
This is an absolutely amazing capture!!!! What a neat one to frame!!!
Thank you, Dawn. It is good to hear from you. I've been missing you! ;o)
It does, indeed, Mike. It does, indeed.
Don't you love the wobbly, antique glass and what the light does to it? Our old farmhouse had that glass in all the windows. ;o)
Dear Mike,As Barbara says, this photo is like a Wyeth painting. Poignant. Evocative. Melancholy.Peace.
Peace back to you, Dee. Thanks for stopping by. See comment above to Perpetua. "Melancholy" might not be necessary in this case. I'm flattered you stopped by. Go forth with your writing! ;o)
LOVE this Mike! The light is so amazing and you captured it so well! ~Lili