Wednesday, September 16, 2009

ahead / behind


L - iphone / T - Nikon film camera

"What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lives within us." - Henry David Thoreau

I had one rainy day photo, four photos sent from T, plus this quote. I chose this photo of hers - they all seem to go together to me. In my head it sort of all goes in different directions but makes sense. I imagine your thoughts about it are probably more concise than I can write it, so I'll leave it be. / photo assignment 2 - light as the subject. i knew just the place i wanted to go for this assignments. the other day i drove past an abandoned service station and i was struck by how the light was hitting it mid afternoon, so i took my friend there. i'm happy with the images i got. luckily the sun was shining that day, unlike it has been for the past few days now.

9 comments:

giftsofthejourney said...

WOW! These have got to be two of the most striking images you two have done.

I love, love, love them! They are perfect together and create all kinds of stories in my mind.

I may have to beg permission to use them for TMAST.

tNb said...

what gorgeously strong images, i had a real emotional response when i saw them together. beautiful ...

Line said...

so perfect together... I love black and white

Gayle said...

Your image, T's image, the quote, they are wonderful together!

elk said...

i felt a real connection to this...i think it was the b/w and the shadows and the leaf on stuck on the windshield...everything!

cmv said...

these are stunning! i especially love the shadow shot- gorgeous!

Suvarna said...

yes they go together beautifully, very nice and full of narrative.
xo

Relyn said...

Another perfect pairing. Of course, you two are the most perfect pairing. Happy weekend.

Jaime said...

Oh my goodness I love these images! Especially side by side!

Once again, you two compliment each other so beautifully.

Stunning!

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The photos on the left are taken by me, Leslye, the mother. The photos on the right are taken by my daughter, Taylor – unless otherwise noted. Comments are always welcome. thanks
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