Monday, September 17, 2007

Luckily, There are Sunsets

Life can be hard. Work doesn't always go well. School can be a challenge.

There are tooth-aches. And head-aches.

Some days are diamonds and some days bring the sort of almost geologic pressure that scientists tell us creates diamonds.

We're not always going to be happy.

On the other hand, if you keep your eyes open, there's often something very pretty to see.

7 comments:

Nancy Willing said...

That image evokes some crazy thoughts!

Evil Spock said...

What happens if you are blind and clinically depressed?

stumpjumper said...

There are no accidents. I needed to check in here today. Great shot and insights are right on where I am today.
Thanks.

Mike Mahaffie said...

Nancy, care to elaborate?

Spock, if you are blind, you want to keep your ears open, I'd guess.

Stumpjumper, I'm glad I could be here for you. Keep your chin up, man!

Dana Garrett said...

Great photograph. But for me the sunset & clouds have have an ominous quality that don't match your serene conclusions.

Nancy Willing said...

Dana pretty much captured my angle here. It has this looming darkness, there is an inescapable breast imagery in the clouds (now I'd guess that is a surprise) and the darkness has an overall reaching, encompassing aspect that is disturbing...

Mike Mahaffie said...

By the way, if you find that image of sunset troubling... have a look at this one from a few evenings later.

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