Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Loneliness



"I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure in the landscape -- the loneliness of it -- the dead feeling of winter.   Something waits beneath it -- the whole story doesn't show."
                                                                                                        Andrew Wyeth

15 comments:

Marcie said...

Perfect title. Love the mist and fog. Unusual for this time of year...

T and S said...

Your compositions of the mist, fog and the trails is so unique. This one lives to its title...Thomas

Char said...

so beautiful and so isolated....

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

There are bare bones, but they are beautiful in their simplicity. He is right.

Jen

Carolynn said...

Hmmmm....not sure I agree with Andrew....Pretty photo though.

Connie said...

It is so true - we do not know what lies beneath, nor do we know what lies ahead. That is when we trust in Him! Terrific photo.

jfrancis said...

Bones of winter
with lifted limbs
call the 'habitants of earth
to heaven's chapel
and mercy
for the long days dead.

Deborah Godin said...

I can see and feel the lonliness, but a also find the mist/fog very comforting - kind of a paradox.

Country Girl said...

And Mr. Wyeth would know, too. He's good like that.

Beth said...

so beautiful....I'm wondering where you are {live} in the cold this winter....

I'm in wisconsin and would love to take more outdoor photos, but it's just been too cold to get out there for more than 3 minutes at a time...

Kerri said...

Trees, Fence, and Fog....what more could you ask for. Three of my favorite things....FAbulous!

hele said...

That is so perfectly beautiful.

Especially the "the whole story doesn't show" together with your photo. I love, love, love, visiting your blog.

albertaphotography said...

yes, one of my favourite quotes -- great misty image.

Katie said...

Is this a long exposure night time shot, or an early morning shot? Either way, I love it. Nice warm tone.

aedmonds said...

I could comment on your captures all day. Great work Mary! =)