A pure light....i love this one.Hugs!
Crissant - Thank you very much.
yeeeeh, beautiful. so soft somehow.hmmmm how do you capture that?robert, i became a follower :) just so i could be number 33.
Katrin - I squint my eyes.33 is a wonderful number - thank you for stopping in.
How do you find these beauties! Love this. XO
Dana - they seem to appear right before our eyes. thank you.
I laugh because the second shot seems to me so urban, and yet the floor opens up and is being swallowed by what we live inside of up here in the North. Can you imagine this in winter? I imagine it Christmas morning, and somehow someone has decorated with garbage bag wreaths and those paper bells that open, decorations from the 1970's. This old house is not willing to give up quite yet.And then the softness of light in that last shot just kinda makes me stop breathing for a second. It's so smooth, the wood so warm, and the curtain, gorgeous. I'd like to be in this space, you know, despite what I know of it on the other side of the camera.The tv just plain makes me laugh. Where are the tv tables?!?xoerin
The windows took me toSam Peckingpah's film,"Straw Dogs"Very strong.
Willy - I do remember the movie. Thank you.