Friday, July 13, 2012

Light is Great

What happens if pots of gold spill over like a spewing volcano? What if it happens silently? Only the jungle, and the "critter" with a big single eye and a long neck that zooms back and forth know.

The jungle would lasso as much gold as possible, as though these are some loose bulls.


The young sprouts find themselves having a luxurious golden bath.


A branch shaped fossil is casted on a carpet of old-aged mosses. That is of greatest bonus since value grows as time passes. Old age is not a burden.


How about the big single-eyed thing? It moves around and enjoys winking like a sexy lady.

43 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i love the description of the camera! beautiful images, as always, and a touch of whimsy to boot.

Icy BC said...

I have to remember "old age is not a burden" and "winking like a sexy lady" part of your post. Good to know :)

The first photo is amazing. Have a good weekend!

betchai said...

beautiful pictures, and would have to agree with this:

"value grows as time passes"- so very true!!!!

kulasa said...

you never fail to amaze me with your words and photos.... :-) that first photo and your description of it is superb!and yes, old age is not a burden...

Arti said...

Yeah! Old is Gold!! Loved the pics and the words you weaved!
Wish you a wonderful weekend:)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Very interesting words paired with your wonderfully lit photos.

Cher said...

light is great indeed! amazing crystal clear details.
now i wonder what's my value. i can't wait to become older now. lol!

Giga said...

Mech jest piękny i milutki, a starość jest taka sama. Szkoda tylko, że nie trwa wiecznie. Cudowne jest pierwsze zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.
Moss is beautiful and cuddly, and old age is the same. It is a pity that it lasts forever. Wonder is the first picture. Yours.

Lrong said...

Great pics!

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

Just a bit of light and look at what you've done with it! Gorgeous and amazing photos as the result..

Secondary Roads said...

Such imagination goes into the way you weave images and words to tell you story. Always well done!

George said...

I'm glad to hear that old age is not a burden! I will definitely keep that in mind. I love the golden light you've captured with your camera.

Cloudy said...

Alter ist die Spiegelung der Weisheit, in Wort und Bild...

Ciao und Carpe Diem
CL

Diane AZ said...

You have shown us that in the golden light old and young are equally beautiful.

Deb Crecelius said...

Each photo is made more precious with your words.
I love the "old age is not a burden"; a great philosophy.

eileeninmd said...

The golden light is beautiful and your words fun as usual. Great post and your images are lovley. Hope you have a great weekend.

Barbara said...

So many beautiful words and photos in this post. Wonderful captures and descriptions of light!

Minoru said...

They are very interesting photos. Including humor in your blog. I enjoyed them very much.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wonderfully informative post and marvelous photography ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful words and photos!
Love your golden light.
Wish you a great summer.
Mette

Stewart M said...

Nice golden colours!

I've been away for a bit - so thanks for the comments over the last week.

Stewart M - Australia

EG CameraGirl said...

You have a wonderful imagination and express your thoughts well. And I enjoy your photography as well.

Magia da Inês said...

Muito bonito!
Amei as fotografias.

¸❤✿•.¸
♥ Bom fim de semana!
♡ Beijinhos.
Brasil

Brita said...

I love your pictures, the first is quite magnificent. The images fall into another dimmer combination with your texts. Wish you a nice weekend / Brita

AVCr8teur said...

Perhaps the single-eyed thing is winking because the gold bling it wears is too bright.

bailey-road.com said...

I love the capture of golden light you have achieved in these lovely shots.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

The young sprouts in the sunshine look wonderful.

Lasse said...

Wonderful pictures !

Nancy Claeys said...

The golden lasso - perhaps Wonder Woman was nearby? Lol.

Lovely images. Thanks for sharing at YSB this week. xo

Deborah said...

magnificent!

Frieda said...

Wonderful pictures and your words of wisdom ...

Emm said...

I love this post! I like the photos but I especially like your tale of gold spilling over. Lovely.

Leovi said...

Beautiful photos. I love how you left with precious green. Greetings.

Debbie said...

gorgeous light and shadows.

am i the only one who had to read this twice to "get it"??

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

A beautiful golden jungle caught by your one-eyed monster.

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures you show :)

kumittyi said...

How nice it is.Your pics and words stimulate my imagination as usual.
"old age is not a burden" It is really nice word.
And I think that I get older, I want to get more wiser and responsive.

silent moments said...

Wonderful observations !

•°°• PreciousKD •°°• said...

You did a remarkable job in taking these photos. I love the second one since the light is gorgeous on those leaves.

Sharkbytes said...

The lasso really looks like a gold wire. Maybe a snare!

Amin said...

Wonderful photos!

Tamara (Fishy Face Studios) said...

love it!

Jana said...

fantastic work! the first pic is amazing, almost like this plant has captured the light in its lasso rope:-)