Tuesday, September 23, 2014


Now that the camera was out, I took it for a walk. I'm becoming more aware of a liking for loosing the background. If that's a metaphor for being in the here and now, then I'm trying. Though it's not easy; not like the photos - just a wide open aperture and zoom.

Here's a Grevillea against the morning sky; a little day lily on the forest floor; and an unfolding Waratah, a mystery unto itself.

                                                                 (click to enlarge)

1 comment:

Susan Scheid said...

Lovely, these. And I appreciate very much the metaphor of losing the background. We could all stand to do it once in a while. Do take your camera out for more walks and bring us the news!