What I see is a small section of the fence that surrounds a church in downtown Fredericksburg. For some reason, I find the repetition of dark shapes against the cool green background very relaxing. What I think is the detail is as interesting as the whole.
It’s the little things that are vital.
Little things make big things happen.
– John Wooden
This picture was taken outside of a church in downtown Fredericksburg. What I see is the shadow of a fence, so sharp in the foreground that it almost seems to have structure and weight itself. What I think of is how often people don't really see the real us; they only see the impression that we make. What I feel is that I should work on my posture.
In a very real way,
the shadows that we cast.
The lovely weather on Monday inspired me to re-visit some photos I took in June. I was looking for flowers and colorful things when I came across this shot. What I see is a rusty old fence and sunlight on silk. What I think is that beauty is relative.
inherent in the object?
Or is that just how we choose
to see it?