Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Random Image Series, I



Views from my refrigerator.




When I grow up, I want to be art.




After the storm
The mighty oak still stands
While others fall


There is always a reason to chew through the restraints.

Go visit Tara and Troy Livesay in Haiti here.

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Update:

The sun is rising over the hilltop, and it is blinding in a small break in the clouds. Beautiful!

A flock of cedar waxwings drops in to snack on the last of the red berries outside my window. They are grabbing a last bite before the second storm begins. What do birds do during the storms? I am so happy to see these waxwings. They are beautiful birds!

14 comments:

Karen said...

Funny, beautiful, funny. Thanks! I enjoyed the view!

Just Be Real said...

Great EO. Thanks for sharing.

the walking man said...

Unless it is fetish play, every day there is worth found in chewing through the restraints.

It is like they say, one must eat to become strong. and you are what you eat, so may the bindings you chew through be iron.

Brian Miller said...

ha. i love that last one.

and when i grow up, i want to be art as well. smiles.

Shadow said...

the last one's a little sad... the other two i love. what a cuddly bear. who'd think they'd be dangerous looking at that...

Dave King said...

The caption to the bear is a bute!

Woman in a Window said...

Ohhh, I do like that, when I grow up...
xo
erin

Dianne said...

not blogging but following, ? see you at the poetry reading?

Kim A. said...

My butt looks just like that bears. I've been in a cheesecake phase since Thanksgiving and I still can't find it on my weight watcher's list. Oh yeah, I'm posting that last one on my FB status. Am so glad I stopped by today :-D

Namaste

Secretia said...

Message received. You are so good!

Secretia

Gabriella Moonlight said...

I love your view and most defintely your perspective, if anything you did grow up to be art.

xo Gabi

RNSANE said...

I loved this post...a little tidbit for everyone! Chewing through restraints - I hope mine are rare!

Kathy M. said...

Hello. I've just found your blog. Nice to meet you. I enjoyed this post.

Syd said...

Chris, wonderful photos. I think being a beautiful work of art would be cool. I also think that I would like to be one of my own dogs.

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