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Friday, January 6, 2012

A Small Stone: Jan 6, 2012


driving past
      moving forward
a distortion of the present
leaves one with an abstract
estimate engraved as memory

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18 comments:

  1. Great photos Laura. Along with your words, they elicited a mild melancholy feeling within me. I guess we just must move forward in spite of those abstract memories.

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  2. Beautiful captures and words, Laura! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

    Sylvia

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  3. Terrific captures and your small stone is perfect for them.

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  4. Heiann!

    Awesome and spectacular!

    Please, join Blogger's Sunday Walk the coming Sunday.
    Read more about the event on my blog ;:OD)

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  5. Stunning pictures,
    Have a good weekend

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  6. I love what you wrote. It reminds me that we see and remember things from our own perspective, but then... others see and remember things from their own.

    Lovely. Thank you.

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  7. ooh, this small stone is messing with my mind
    time travel
    or time warp

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  8. Great photographs Laura. Each moment unique then just a memory.

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  9. Wonderful! I take so many photos out of the window of our car, and this is just how it feels! :-)

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  10. Joli travail ! J'aime spécialement la deuxième !

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  11. How lovely minimal images. I like mystery feelings.

    Thanks for you stopping my blog, Laura :)

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  12. Beautiful picture. Have a nice weekend ;-)

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  13. Lovely words and pictures, Laura. Mickie :)

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