“What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space.”
– Erwin Schrodinger
How do you welcome someone who has just stumbled upon your images and thoughts? I sometimes don’t know how to say Hi online. It’s much easier in real life; people expect you to say it. But out here, it’s different.
I’m not sure what drew you to my blog, or how long you’ll decide to stay, but whatever it is, I hope my little world of wandering words and shots of fleeting moments.
Alas, here is another contribution of mine to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge, this time with the theme structure.
I hope you enjoy my photos, for without an audience, a photo is nothing but a play with lights!
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I climbed the frigid rocky outcrop, my Nike runners struggling to find any sort of grip on its lichen-infested surface. Reaching the top, I tried to stand and take in the views but the wind was blowing and it was far colder than it was on the ground and I thought about getting back down but I hadn’t climbed all the way to the top just to give up.
So I laid down, pressing my body against the rough stone and looked up. From my low vantage point; the rock’s surface seemed like an expansive landscape; the smooth water that continent’s sky. But I couldn’t be sure; for I thought structures are interchangeable.