This week’s theme over at Shared Focus was:
”If you’re not living life on the edge, you’re taking up too much space”
Why not take a moment and visit the site to see how we interpreted this! Just click here!
Well, this was certainly a challenge for me! Our theme was “bicycle” and in the desert there are not a lot of opportunities to photography bikes! Visit our collaboration to see what we came up with!
I’ve been having internet issues so couldn’t post this yesterday (I tried for over an hour!). But today not only is a new day, but I have a new internet provider!!
After a year of being retired I returned to the work force to say that I have spent many hours reflecting on my life would be an understatement. Reflecting on what has been, and wondering about what will be. Of course looking back isn’t the only reflections we can have. There is the mirror, reflections in the windows and so on But because I so love the water, I sought out and found an oasis in the desert where I was able to photography the reflection of a tree. (OK, actually it’s a pond on the golf course…) Another facet of this collaboration is to put words to our photography. These words can be a quote, or as in the case for me this time something that we write ourselves.
“She walks through her life and wonders what happened. The face in the mirror that returns her stare is unfamiliar. The woman in the shop window wearing her clothes is a stranger. She looks back, sorting through her memories and wonders if they are as distorted as the reflections in the water, based in fact but grown softer and gentler over time.”
Today is a big day in my life. Shared Focus debuts! Shared Focus is a collaborative site where Kate from Inspried and I are sharing our love of photography. Every second week we will be posting our interpretation of a word or phrase. Kate is much more of a creative spirit than I am and it’s going to be a lot of fun to see our interpretations. Please pop (click) on over and have a look. You can also join in the fun if you would like to. And I’d like to say a big thank you to Kate. She actively sought my input for the blog design, but it is 100% her art work. She is a very talented lady! THANK YOU KATE!
This is also my first effort at participation in Sunday Citar. Sunday Citar is the brain child of “Fresh Mommy” and it’s a place were we can get together and share our favorite quotes.
And because friends are all around me, physically and emotionally, and have made my recent moves much easier to handle, I’d like to thank them all.
“Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.” Anais Nin