End of my @CharityMiles ride this morning in #cdaid.
#nofilter just #idaho.
Walking for @CharityMiles in my old neighborhood in #PDX. (at Commonwealth Lake Park)
Big Brother Google gave me what it calls an “Auto Awesome” composite shot today.
Either way, Alex won by a good 4.5 seconds over that kid from Spokane Mercury.
RockStar. (at Mead High School)
Grey with a side of geese.
Walking for @CharityMiles in #cdaid.
#nofilter just #Idaho in #autumn (at Lake Coeur d’ Alene)
"Exhausted but patient, the wind in autumn speaks without urgency or pretense."
A #Canfield moment in #cdaid.
(at North Idaho XC)
The places in between. (at Bluegrass Park) When I saw and shot this scene, the phrase… http://wp.me/sT52B-214
The places in between. (at Bluegrass Park)
When I saw and shot this scene, the phrase “The Places in Between” came instantly to mind. The places (and spaces) “in between” can mean a lot of things.
Sometimes it is about physical proximity, distance. Sometimes it is about the time between events. Or the chasm between different points of view. It can signify gaps of all sorts.
I’ve written and ‘photoblogged’ about “This is Water” (both the essay and the message contained therein). The notion here is the same. “It’s all around us…” and we need to be aware of it. It is in the spaces in between. It is in the nuanced details.
In this shot, those ‘places’ might be the shafts of rich autumn sunlight between the fall foliage. It might be the shadows that anchor, contrast and run between those colors. Or the road that starts in sunlight and disappears into the fog.
Perhaps it’s between all of those things. It just depends how you look at it.
I’ve been watching the moon a lot lately. Because of my schedule, I often get to watch it rise in the evening, then exercise beneath it in the pre-dawn hour, and watch it set shortly after.
It is incredible to be out there, alone with just the moonlight, “followed by a moon-shadow”…simply absorbing those cold, dark, solitary moments. I have said before that “a well placed moment of solitude is needed to survive and thrive”… some of the best of these can be had under a post-equinox moon.
I wish I could capture the moon as magically as this photographer has. In my mind, I have.