K’lee has asked us to share photos that reveal an interesting element not noticed in the moment, but discovered in a future viewing of the image.
The camera has an amazing ability to capture details that the naked eye has missed in the moment. “A good snapshot stops a moment from running away” (Eudora Welty) and one can revisit it at one’s leisure.
There are two little insects on the top of this rock that I didn’t notice until after the fact.
This photo was taken from my car window.
On later inspection, a cat appeared and a pot on the ledge.
We didn’t stay long for another shot. A lady noticed us and chased us away.
…and then there’s the unknown element that editing reveals after taking the original photo. I didn’t realize that the veins of this petal formation would stand out so much.
K’lee and Dale’s Challenge
Travelling through veil of time
Spawning glacial memories
Leading to calming resolve
Colleen’s Challenge: Congregate & Passion (Synonyms Only)
All day long
I speak silently
It’s a to-do list
It’s catching memories
It’s following a dream
Sometimes it’s a harder conversation
Sometimes I catch myself sliding into negativity
But I am not my thoughts
I awaken to the magic of being alive
Dwelling in possibilities
Focusing on the moment
It’s all we have
“The timeless in you is aware of life’s timelessness. And knows that yesterday is but today’s memory and tomorrow is today’s dream.”
― Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet
“Everything works out in the end. If it hasn’t worked out yet, then it’s not the end.” ~ Tracy McMillan
V.J.’s Challenge: Conversation
Niagara Falls vineyards in mid- November a few years ago.
Off-season, but still intriguing to visit and taste the offerings. First time I’ve ever tried ice wine.
This was a banquet room decorated with rows of barrels of aging wine.
Helicopter landing area for the elite. Acres of rows of grape vines in the distance.
Closer look at the long rows.
Frank’s Challenge: Row