Infinite (I)

Infinite I

Infinite II

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: “Infinite”

13 comments

  1. reyajoy says:

    Those are stunning shots!

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  2. Beautiful shots Hanne, such silky looking light

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  3. Katalina4 says:

    So so gorgeous!

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  4. Tish Farrell says:

    Such tranquillity. Soothes the furrowed brow just to look at these images, Hanne.

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  5. Elina says:

    Wow! Stunning photos!

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  6. myriorama says:

    When you have nothing more to say, just drive
    For a day all round the peninsula.
    The sky is tall as over a runway,
    The land without marks, so you will not arrive

    But pass through, though always skirting landfall.
    At dusk, horizons drink down sea and hill,
    The ploughed field swallows the whitewashed gable
    And you’re in the dark again. Now recall

    The glazed foreshore and silhouetted log,
    That rock where breakers shredded into rags,
    The leggy birds stilted on their own legs,
    Islands riding themselves out into the fog,

    And drive back home, still with nothing to say
    Except that now you will uncode all landscapes
    By this: things founded clean on their own shapes,
    Water and ground in their extremity.

    – ‘The peninsula’ by Seamus Heaney

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    • No finer words could sit along these photos, I am thankful you brought them to my awareness and to be honest, deeply moved by the words. They reached in and are now quietly moving through me to like a silvery infinite touch lingering in all the still spaces in between I know so well and feel at home.
      A thank you seems to small…

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