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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

10 comments:

Eddie said...

beautiful but sad
so I associate :)

Brian Miller said...

except that they are attached to us, so we must learn how to live with them...lovely pic...and i like how the words are a bit blurred...

Gillena Cox said...

exactly where they should be; i see you looking toward a bright future

much love...

TALON said...

What a mysterious and glorious photo, Lorraine. Isn't it interesting that our deepest shadows are in the brightest light?

sandy said...

Lovely photo, but I sense the sadness. I am glad those aren't your tracks headed out to the water.

Is that sea smoke?

Magyar said...

__I have, somewhere in one of my "scribble books," a short story about a young Nemasket
that kept trying to catch his moon-shadow; he thought it could never be done.
__As he grew in age and speed... one night his shadow became shorter and shorter 'til it finally disappeared, and as he looked back he saw that had out-run his shadow. He then imagined he could accomplish anything and never again... did he look back.
__Lovely LL, and you've left your shadows with us all.

Margie said...

Lorraine, this is a truly lovely photo and your words touche me deeply!

Be well, my friend!
xx

Lorraine said...

Thank you Eddie, that is very kind :)

Brian, our shadows are usually are little blurry lol I know you know :)

What a lovely comment Gillena :)

You are a philosopher m'dear Talon, I love it :)

Sandy, thank you sweetie more like river smoke, no oceans around me :( but txs always

Doug that's a beautiful story you write so well and of things that are so true, reminding us, wow

Thank you angel you go out and have a ball and treat yourself to some goodies :)

comrade harps said...

What Brian said

Lorraine said...

hey Comrade, yeah I say that a lot too ;)