7/28/2012

The weight of water ...

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... might hold our dreams when we're landlocked



or frame our life when we don't swim



and although great tonnage can be moved by engines across its wide expanse,



silk floats effortlessly in a moonlit tide pool ...



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Beyond Layers is having an Instagram-ish week.
This is my offering for the prompts  water  and  dreamy ...
multiple processing using Infinicam.






16 comments:

  1. love your pup staring off to sea. I know that place.

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    1. She hates water. Barely tolerates baths. Doesn't swim.
      But she will get wet up to her elbows to chase seagulls, hence the watching...

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  2. That shot of the water drop...beyond exquisite.

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    1. ...the mysterious makings from phone apps. I love how they present new views on the world.
      Thank you, Jennifer!

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  3. I'm blown away by these images. I especially love the first one - but the floating silk is so evocative. Thanks!

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    1. All the natural dyeing is going to the sea these days, Penny ~ cloth as mermaids, HA :>]]
      Many thanks for the kind words.

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  4. Pictures to get lost in and allow to mesmerize you, serene and calming color. What is Dawg thinking....
    xx, Carol

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    1. oh, if she would only tell me....I can't tell you how often I have wondered.
      Probably something like, "Where's the birdie, where's the birdie?!?"
      ;>]]

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  5. that first photo is stunning!

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    1. Thank you, MC ~ good to view the world from a different angle sometimes, don't you think?

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  6. The weight of water
    frames our life
    when we don't swim

    Oooooh! Christi, you're a poet! Love the images and am blown away by the words... xo R

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    1. Hi sweetz ~ thank you for visiting.

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  8. I also, am blown away by the pictures... and as the heat is fairly unrelenting around here, too (outside of Boston), they have the side benefit of affording me a cooling sensation!

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