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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Mirrors on the Wall

I came home empty-handed.

I had actually found an orange mushroom and thought of taking pictures in the return trip, but it was crushed to pieces before I could make it.

There were two handsome spiders around. My macro lens failed as one was not approachable at the edge of a slope. My hand was not steady to handle another one that stayed higher than my shoulder height.

This sounds like I am too stupid as though there were only mushrooms and spiders in the jungle. That should have not happened.

So these are pictures from archive that make up my day.




They are the mirrors that reflect who I am. 

Who am I?

29 comments:

Magia da Inês said...

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Super imagens. Gostei das cores e da luminosidade
BOM FIM DE SEMANA!
Beijinhos do Brasil.!
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Giga said...

Trudno, nie ma grzybów i pająków, ale są rośliny, góry i piękne niebo. To też przecież kochasz. Pozdrawiam.
It is difficult, there is no mold and spiders, but they are plants, mountains and beautiful sky. You love it too. Yours.

de engineur said...

There'll always be another day. You'll come back from a fruitful trip full of joy

Laura. M said...

Do not get discouraged, it will be another day :))
I also took pictures of file today. It's raining a lot here :((
Have a good weekend.
a hug.

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

You are you, and being the best of you, so are your photos!

Nancy said...

Is that a bromeliad in the first picture? I love the colors of the sky too...beautiful!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Happy Hiking this weekend :).

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Beautiful shots. It's so disappointing when we come back from a hike empty-handed but at least we have archives, right? That's why we take extras. :)

TexWisGirl said...

you are a gifted soul who notices things others wouldn't. a walk in the woods is never a waste. maybe no photos, but soul-filling nonetheless. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Remember all those years when we were happy to just get out in nature and see her beauty? Now it we're disappointed if we don't bring back good pictures. But we need to remember to just enjoy nature for its own sake, don't you think?

That being said though I'm glad you were able to find these lovely pictures in your archives -- thank you for sharing!!!!

betchai said...

I cna so very well relate, those instances happened to me many times too, happily for you, you have so many beautiful images in your archive to cheer you and us up :) very inspiring images shared again, Rainfield.

eileeninmd said...

I hope you still enjoyed your outing and the nature that surrounded you at the time. Your photos are always beautiful. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!

Freya Renders said...

Again beautiful pictures my friend and indeed there will be always another day where you will be able to shoot wonderful photos.

Bananazஇ said...

Its OK to return empty handed at times. Nice archive pixz you have got there.

Carol L McKenna said...

Lovely images ~ as always ~

(A Creative Harbor) ^_^

EG CameraGirl said...

Sounds like you had a frustrating time...but some days can be like that. Maybe tomorrow will be better. :)

George said...

You must have many more gorgeous photos in your archives. These are beautiful. I really like the second photo.

Icy BC said...

You maybe empty handed this time, but your memory and archive are full with happy moments :-)

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful images.

Jennifer Richardson said...

these photos are so beautiful;
thank you for sharing,
Jennifer

Lrong Lim said...

Beautiful pics and prose, as usual... :-)

Malar said...

You're just so special!
Beautiful pictures!

Sharkbytes said...

You have not failed, the spider just wanted privacy and the mushroom had a different destiny.

Arti said...

Only images? These are stunning images especially the second one!! Have a lovely week ahead :)

PlantWerkZ said...

Wow! The second one so wonderful picture. Just like a dream.

PlantWerkZ

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I often have to remind myself about how (before digital cameras and before I had a blog) I used to enjoy a lovely walk in nature, with never a thought but being happy to be out there! Now it is hard not to be disappointed if we don't "bring something back" as you say. Your archive pictures are beautiful and I think you are a beautiful person! Thanks for sharing the pictures and your thoughts.

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Buttons said...

You will be successful I know that for a fact:) B

Cher said...

you are the uncle rainfield i will always look up to (because of your wisdom, humor and photography skills, not to mention your love for nature)