Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Lovely Morning, Now and Three Years Back

This is a bend in the picture that makes me recall; it was three years back:


a misty mystery morning at the other side of this bend, during which I thought of Alice's Wonderland. Time spins, light revolve, and colours remix since then, and dimensions of different phases align today.A new photographic wonderland appears.

It got me walking more than three years to finally realize another wonderment at this side of the bend, but they are only ten steps apart.




And the jungle has gone through "different phases of existence", but ever ready to accompany,   and never boastful or conceited, in all these years.


How long is three years? A ten walking steps distance.

How long is another three years?

41 comments:

Sarah and Co said...

20 steps to another 3 years! ;)

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

Your philosophic thoughts are intriguing when comparing now and then.

Foods for thoughts today, with beautiful photos to admire!

betchai said...

"And the jungle has gone through "different phases of existence", but ever ready to accompany, and never boastful or conceited, in all these years"==and i am so glad for your thoughts always, reminding us of getting a deeper connection with nature and the jungle in our lives.

Secondary Roads said...

It is a metaphor of our own lives.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

I guess the forest goes through changes as do humans.

Cloudy said...

Die Zeit, sind es 3 Jahre oder mehr, sind es weniger Jahre, es ist nur eine Erfindung der Menschen, denn Zeit gilt ihnen als Entschuldigung für Vergangenheit und zugleich als Entschuldigung für die Zukunft.
Die Natur kennt keine Zeit, sie kennt nur eins, Anpassung an alles was kommt, ohne Begründung nach der wir Menschen immer suchen, diese jedoch niemals finden werden...

Servus und so long
CL

TexWisGirl said...

i just love your view of life and your world. :)

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

I wonder what trees think of 3 years, without stepping back or forward... :)

AVCr8teur said...

Three years goes by with the blink of the eye. We come and go, but the jungle will always be there.

Filip and Kristel said...

Exceptional your landscape pictures of trees.

Greetings,
Filip

Icy BC said...

Is the path getting prettier as "time spins"? It is interesting to see the changes, and the last photo is fascinating. Your view on life and your words are very much appreciated, by me!

James Wei said...

Definitely having that feel of forest mystery

Good to see these images from work here :)

Giga said...

Dżungla się zmieniła w ciągu trzech lat i z pewnością dalej się będzie zmieniać. Trzeba patrzeć i widzieć. Ludzie się też zmieniają, ale nie będą tak długo żyć jak dżungla.Bardzo ładne ostatnie zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.
The jungle has changed in three years and certainly will continue to change. You have to look and see. People are also changing, but they will not live as long as the jungle. Very nice recent photo. Yours.

Barbara said...

So much mystery and beauty, then and now!

Cher said...

another 10 steps and i will be 3 years older and er, hopefully wiser than you. lol!

Deb Crecelius said...

3 years in 10 steps.
My life is short is both distance and time.

Lrong said...

Really amazing shots, all of them... enjoyed looking at them very much...

Ann said...

in 3 years , trees in the tropics grow very fast. I was so pleased where I lived in NTU is almost a jungle.

I must have click on something when I came back to start posting, with this problem, blogging becomes a chore, no fun any more.

George said...

I hope you walk many ore than ten steps and keep bringing us wonderful pictures of the forest with your philosophical thoughts.

Kamana said...

beauty through time

wenn said...

nice shots..

Pat said...

Lovely, reflective post!

Arti said...

A Nice post which leaves me pondering over the meaning of our lives and our quest. The photography is stunning to say the least.
Wish you a wonderful week :)

eileeninmd said...

You do have a great connection to nature. But I would hope years do not go that fast, 20 steps is not much. We need to slow down and enjoy life. Great shots and post, Rainfield.

Buttons said...

Oh I could spend three years exploring this bush and have a big smile on my face. Awesome shots. B

Debbie said...

you will explore much more then "10steps worth" in 3 years....

it could take 3 years to see and fully appreciate the forest, there is so much to see!!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Very contemplative blog with a bit of humor ~ fascinating photos ~ thanks, namaste, (A Creative Harbor)

Annmarie Pipa said...

in Gods dimension there is no time...so i believe I can pray for things that already happened....

EG CameraGirl said...

So poetic and your photos are wonderful too!

P.N. Subramanian said...

Lovely thoughts.

Harshi (a.k.a. Harumi) said...

Wow.. a very inspiring post with breathtaking shots Rain! Especially the last shot's golden silhouette is simply amazing!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Food for thought, beautifully illustrated! Here in Oregon I walk the same nature walk several times a week, summer after summer -- and there are new things to see every day and certainly changes from year to year!

Nancy Claeys said...

So much happens in the blink of an eye.

Cheryl said...

How many changes occur in three years...the mist has lifted and a bright vision is ahead...lovely photos.

Magia da Inês said...

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Muito bonito!

Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
Brasil
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Pieces of Sunshine said...

Beautiful photos (especially your first) and a wonderful place. Three years can make a big difference.

RNSANE said...

Splendid photography. The forest is aging one heck of a lot better than I am, my friend.

Sharkbytes said...

It is so strange how just a slightly difference perspective makes things so different? Great pics- they make me want to visit.

lorik said...

Interesting thoughts. I also have enjoyed photographing changes in landscape in one case it was 25 years later.

Judy SheldonWalker said...

I had a neighbor cut down three of my trees without my permission. Trees are one of God's many gifts and his acts made me very upset.

Henrietta Hassinen said...

Beautiful mysterious woods and so philosophic thoughts.