Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wednesday Musing

Where does the time come from?

It twists and turns through a long dark passageway, and it is now when arriving in front of us. Does it lose momentum on the way then we have a longer day? Do our times come from different routes thus we have different moment of truth in a same day?

A piece of fallen wood was frozen in action by a thin but mighty web, where can I find my web to freeze the flowing of time?

(The Blue Monday continues til today)

27 comments:

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful post with great questions! I often wonder where the time goes. :) Some say that time doesn't really exist, that there is only right now, and now, and now...

reanaclaire said...

what a touching post.. nice write out..

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George said...

You are becoming as great a philosopher as you are a photographer. I'm sorry I can't answer your questions, but I can certainly enjoy your photos.

Ginnymo said...

I like the way that stick was caught in the web. Looks like a dark, mysterious path you always travel. I am in a moment of time. Cannot look to the future nor dwell on the past.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Ahh..hmm, the web perhaps froze time or just held the wood? In any case, maybe we'll know when the days become longer? Fun continuation of musings-(really nice web too)

fufu said...

get yourself a piece of mooncake with green tea! :) happy mooncake festival

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Time for that stick is suspended, for sure!

AVCr8teur said...

I do not know where time comes from, but I do see it go by very quickly.

Kirigalpoththa said...

The stick is frozen in time!

Grass said...

It sounds like science fiction, yet philosophical, and myterious....:-)

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

I thought I saw something on the web...the owner or a trapped creature...squinting.

Icy BC said...

If you ever find out where the time comes or goes, please let me know..Our early morning now is so dark, and I wonder the same. Beautiful photos, Rainfield!

silent moments said...

the last pic reminded me of a meteor falling through the air making a trail of ashes...

CH said...

Where is my time when I feel running out of time?

Does it stop flowing? Does it stuck somewhere?

Ruthi said...

i always whine that i have no time. and yet when i reflect on it... time does not change at all... 24 hours is 24 hours... no more no less... so now as i reflect... what do i do with time that i am running out of it?

nice post and great photos.

Bengbeng said...

i sometimes feel time has frozen but when i look at the mirror i know it has not hehe

eileeninmd said...

It would be so nice to be able to freeze time. I am looking forward to the longer days. Another great post and photos, Rainfield.

eileeninmd said...

It would be so nice to be able to freeze time. I am looking forward to the longer days. Another great post and photos, Rainfield.

rainfield61 said...

Can the time in a freezer be longer?
Can the time in a cooker be shorter?

Ann said...

you had an earthquake too?

Ann said...

I see the big crack on the rock. just like in Christchurch.

You going tramping tomorrow? Just be careful of the earth quake . first sign, the monkeys will run away. LOL

Loshini said...

A very good question... what is time?

Toemailer said...

Nice shots and some interesting food for thought.

Frieda said...

I enjoyed you post very much. Your questions are very well posed. And the pictures are wonderful as always...

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Poetic Shutterbug said...

Time is fleeting but your words and photos stay with us.

Harumi said...

The first pic is awesome but the second pic is.. simply divine! You always seem to find nature's best spots in your daily hikes.. so lucky. ^__^