The night was rocking. We lost power and listened to a tree limb barrage for hours. I am more than grateful that we are all well and the house intact. The birds and squirrels were a bit angry this morning – urban renewal they didn’t request. 🙂
urban geometry at sunset
I shot this at the Wing Luke Museum – Belonging: Before and After the Immigration Act of 1965 . This case was part of a group of objects from the Japanese American internment camps from the second world war. I found the only way I could photograph this was from behind…leaving the bear to tell the story.
… and substitute it with my own.
This year we wandered into a portion of the tulip fields that had been intentionally beheaded. Several rows of green stalks with blossoms scattered in the trenched rows – I suspect these were grown for the bulbs and not the blossoms. Think of the stored beauty underground – a secret for the coming year.
In January our lovely and talented Greg Stene posted Inspiration Point – a beautiful capture of a fleeting moment during sunrise. A few days ago I was lucky enough to capture a similar moment.