Do We Know?

Up or Down

Reflection of Blue


Reflecting upon
the world
I wonder
do we really know
what is up
and what is down?

Looking out
on the world
being busy

Does it hurt
to be still
and to look
with innocence
once again?

19 Replies to “Do We Know?”

  1. Dina says:

    Beautiful up-and-down perspectives and reflections. Like a breath of fresh air in the morning. A good scene to wake up to.


  2. seeker says:

    Do our sights have feelings? Just look and enjoy the beauty. Lovely poem, Hanne.

    P.S. Can I give you another award in the future?


    • Thanks πŸ™‚ another award, madness lol I’m not sure I can get into the posting another re this, but on the other hand I might do what you did, collect and choose one for each, if it works for you? Your choice πŸ™‚


  3. Love those still waters that make these reflections crystal clear. I also enjoyed your poem – do we really know what’s up and down?


  4. Harrie says:

    Love the razor-sharp reflection; no ripple around. It dematerializes the rocks and in the 2nd shot the ‘matter’ seems to fly high above the earth. Suits your words quite well!


    • Harrie, thanks you so much. Your comment is very encouraging. Will you believe, first photo is actually turned upside down πŸ˜‰


      • Harrie says:

        :D. I felt there was something ‘wrong’; but I thought one of the shots was mirrored, for what ever reason. That it was turned upside down never got to my mind. Knowing this, I think the shots go perfect with your poem. And from my experience I would like to add: do we really know what’s left and right? πŸ™‚


  5. what a wonderful blog. You have a great eye, and your photos of spectacular landscapes like these, and more mundane sights are equally good.


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