DECEMBER 27, 2015 5 Replies Two Chairs AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Like an excercise in graphic drawing, the projected and stretched shadows of the chairs and the lines of the decking, playing off against the solid rounded shapes of the trees.
Given that the year is coming to a close, the empty chairs in the waning light are beginning to take on a whole new meaning for me. These daily treats offering adventure, challenge, growth, and ultimately, joy already cast a long shadow. I will miss them terribly.
Warmest best wishes for the season to you and Maggie.
A daily dose that’s like that little chat you have with your wise local baker. You always learn something about life (or about the weather). We’ll miss it for sure. Here it feels like a bunch of friends around a coffee table. Around photography. Around Joel.
The round table is always open for fresh ideas or arguments, so keep that in mind as time moves on. It was great traveling with you! Let yourself out, you’ve got things to say. My best for the new year. Joel
I feel the cool wind in the shadows as well. But life goes on, and for the most part, joyfully. The blog will stay up and there are lots of things in it that may be worth a second look, as I just spent the morning doing. and, surprise!, I felt the distance one achieves when time has gone by and we look at old letters or photographs, and discover things we said, or made, that now seem rich with new possibilities, just because we have come full cycle.
I wish you all the best for the new year.