Saturday, August 23, 2008

Saturday Solitude










7 comments:

Birdie said...

I've known since high school the restorative power of solitude. To be able to have it outdoors is a rare event for me these days in the suburbs. Your posts have inspired me to take Sunday afternoons as a time in the gardens of an art center, reading on a bench by the river. (I oughta do a post about it myself.) Thank you for the inspiration.

tornwordo said...

Yay for your continued smobriety. Hope you are having a sunshiny weekend.

Greg said...

Birdie, thanks! It's cool to hear that I've inspired you to find that time for yourself. It's so important. Sounds like a beautiful spot, too! Like always, I look forward to reading your posts.

Yay back at you, Mister Tweener, for yours, too! Hope your weekend's a great one, too!

Java said...

Lovely, and with a peaceful grace. Thank you.

Jess said...

That may be your best sunflower photo yet! I love the detail and the range of color, from the bright yellow petals around the outside to the green in the center. Very nice!

afod said...

A very interesting flower the pink clover is. The sunflower has a nice contrast to the deep blue sky in the background. And the bee must be having a "field day."

Jenn Thorson said...

Wow, look at all the excellent texture of that first sunflower center. I'd be interested if you did a close zoom into it, of just the center bit how that would look...

Very cool.