Waves, Cliffs and Sea; a Dance of Threes

 

Stirring
Building
Groaning
Churning
Smiling
Teasing
Poking
Yearning

The freedom to be
The eye of love to see
The life within you and me…

~

The words was called out by a comment-exchange with Michele D’Acosta on my previous post “Yggdrasill”

If you have a moment or three to spare, please vote for this remarkable woman whose days are made of the very fabric of co-creation and the power it brings to causes of the heart: “With the help of an international photography competition, D’Acosta’s goal is to bring global attention to the desperate plight of these forgotten people – and use her photo-journalism as a tool to help leverage medical attention, food, clean water and proper housing for the men, women and children that live in cramped and unsanitary conditions in a bombed out building on Pademba Road, Freetown, Sierra Leone.” Michele D’Acosta – Exposure

WPC: Threes

21 comments

  1. Raw, powerful, elemental…

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  2. mithriluna says:

    Wow. Majestic and powerful.

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  3. Katalina4 says:

    Wonderful – both aspects so forbidding, the sea against that wall of rock. Elements.

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  4. Gerry C. says:

    Very dramatic photo collage. Can almost feel the surf and hear the splashing of the waves. Bravo!

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  5. You have a stunning eye for life!!

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  6. Beautiful shots, Hanne. Black & white is a good choice for these pictures.

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  8. Thank-you, for the ‘like’! Great, concise post for wonderful cause.

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