Friday, April 3

enduring









It is spring all all around us here in New England buds are waiting to open. As i walk around i also notice the the leaves, flowers that held on through the winter. Among them i found this fragile, delicate, most beautiful seed pod with two sets of petals yesterday, i could not believe all they must have endured. how things one million times it's weight have been blown away or taken with the snow and rain but not these two. I have already given them emotion and a story i can't help myself but as i was taking photos of them one of my shots did not focus and produced a floating heart and just then i realized it is not a fairy-tale at all..

7 comments:

kendalee said...

How incredible that such fragility survives! But it does. Thank you for reminding me so beautifully and eloquently.

cuteseas said...

these are lovely photos :)

cindy* said...

beautiful nadia...you always seem to find the most lovely things in such unlikely places and situations. i just finished my work week and this was exactly the breathe of air that i needed. xo!

Annie Edelman said...

What a beautiful journey or discovery. thanks for sharing it. Here is Australia, Autumn has barely begun, and i'm already seeing it with fresh eyes.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

thyis is just beautiful nadia...how incredible the way you find and breathe life into the smallest objects...have a wonderful weekend

tyler said...

simple poetry. love the fragile petals in crispy brown. survivors. your attention to the minutia always gives me a smile. a gentle reminder.

sam said...

What beautiful photographs!