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Even Then

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It always shocks me how quickly summer ends and the rains begin. I usually hibernate, but this year I vow to spend more time in the rain and try to capture its moods. Flowers, so vibrant in the sunlight, take on an aethereal glow, as if they are raging against the dullness of winter.

This little beauty and her boxy green companion were lurking along the path through the bush two minutes from my house. I am sure that if I didn’t have my camera I would not have noticed them.


Written by Titirangi Storyteller

07/04/2011 at 10:13 pm

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  1. Oh, the joy of seeing. The camera is a great discipline for me.



    08/04/2011 at 11:14 am

    • I think the camera taught me how to really ‘see’ visually – sort of like how learning a second verbal language is what makes you understand language is made up of… Though I am a far cry from fluent in a second or third language, I think I see light very well… ;-}


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