20 thoughts on “Adrift”

  1. Wonderful. It is a beautiful state.
    I want to nominate you for the 3 day quote challenge, that is one quote a day for three day. They might even go nicely with your photography. I hope you will accept the challenge.

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      1. You know April, I’m going to pass right now. I have my writing lined up that I worked on while I was away. But keep me in mind for the future. Thank you so much.

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  2. I think hay bales always make great subjects for photography, Sylvia. Shape, color and backdrop always seem to come together. And they are so different depending on where you are. I still remember the first round ones I ever saw. They were in British Columbia. Before that, I always thought they were square. –Curt

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    1. Yes, you’re right all those textures and colors come together and make such a beautiful scene. When I was driving by this field a couple weeks ago, I had to turn around and come back to it and just sat in the car looking upon this expanse of land. For me it is pulsing with memories and emotions. I snapped this shot and then drove away. But the image (or the feeling of the image) stayed with me all day and into my return journey home to Pennsylvania. In any case, I’ve never been to British Columbia. I would love to go. As always, thank you for sharing your thoughts Curt.

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  3. I think hay bales always make great subjects for photography, Sylvia. Yes, you’re right all those textures and colors come together and make such a beautiful scene.

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