Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Winter Poplars

the fence lines the trees
the trees line the river
but the river forges its own path


  1. I needed to click on this one to appreciate it, but that was well worth it.

    My wife went to high school in Torrance and her parents lived there on the Calle Mayor hillside, overlooking Riviera Village and the harbor. When our kids were young, maybe '85 - '05, we visited alternate Christmases and always took a tour of Sleepy Hollow once it got dark. It was memorable.

    Yes, Lizzi, it IS a small world. Merry Christmas.

  2. This shot speaks with a powerful voice in monochrome. Good choice.

  3. I really like this. The geometric lines plus the wintery feel. Awesome.

  4. well put.
    your words are magical.

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  6. You're forging your own path. Well written and enjoyable.

  7. I love the image and how lovely the words connect to it! Great one!

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