Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The Second Quarter of 2015, A Sampler of Photographs

I'm working on my fifth year of a 365 photography project. Every day, I make a photograph.

A photograph a day, marks the year, the passage of time - a kind of visual diary.

Today marks the end of the second quarter of the year...half-way through 2015.

April, May, and June have been the quarter of spring. Spring, when the earth awakens from the cold dark winter, and growth is expected, demanded. Spring appears to be a gentle unfolding, but it is a hard, sometimes brutal process.

For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, 
it must come completely undone. 
The shell cracks, its insides come out and 
everything changes. 
To someone who doesn't understand growth, 
it would look like complete destruction. 
~ Cynthia Occelli

 Following is a sample of the photographs for April, May, and June.

"If Only You Knew"



While spring is taking over the days, I try to hold it still for a moment.

Krisna Selfies, a different kind of blooming


"Don't Stop Believing"

Bleeding Heart, back-lit by the rising sun


Wake up: This world that you dream holds nothing to fear. ~Rumi
Between the storms,

Love said to me, there is nothing that is not me. Be silent. ~Rumi
Dogwood

Cookie Fortune: Suppose you can get what you want...

"Dust Cries Out," sculpture by K Swenholt

Full Moon in Scorpio, Potomac River

Flyover, Washington, DC. B-29, Superfortress, a heavy, long-range, four-engined bomber used during World War II
A worn old suitcase, for sale in a thrift shop.



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