"You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one"
- John Lennon (Imagine)
I was going to finish a post that I started many, many months ago, that would have tied in so well with this weeks song-ography and MLK day.
But, I must have been dreaming...
Or I may have just run out of time. My girl was sick all last week, and we took her back to school this weekend after a very nice long break.
This is the time of year, with bare branches, and minimal landscapes that I crave the dreamy effects of abstract photographs. This was a new spot I found by my house the other night, on my way home from an epic day with my camera. From sun up, to literally sun down . . . I was gone for over 12 hours! It felt so good to see the sun.
It won't be long before we start getting leaves budding out on the trees, which means it will be harder to get this kind of dreamy abstract. I'll have to start dreaming of something else . . .
. . . but I'm probably not the only one.
And, just for the record . . . I do imagine all the people sharing all the world, with no need for greed or hunger, a brotherhood of man.
Some say I'm just a dreamer ...
"Optimist: day dreamer more elegantly spelled." - Mark Twain
I'm over at Focusing on life today, sharing some night photography experiments, and how I did them.
It's our theme for the month, come check it out - it was fun!
Happy Tuesday friends,