Summer Leaves (Or Flowers Are Pretty, But Leaves Are Wise with Light)

The fresh green of leaves awoken to the light of the sun, isn't that one of the most wonderful things you can ever see? A common wonder, by each spring and summer multiplied, not bound to a specific place or time. Flowers usually get all the exclamation marks, but I like to think of myself … Continue reading Summer Leaves (Or Flowers Are Pretty, But Leaves Are Wise with Light)

Midnight Stroll Through the Snow

wall of bare trees, branches, and twitchs in winter landscape

I’ve been waiting for her patiently and, at last, she came. She began to snow in the night. Everyone on my street must have been asleep by then, snoring or dreaming. It was as if she was snowing only for me. I took my camera with me through the snowflake stings. It would be such … Continue reading Midnight Stroll Through the Snow

A Window Without a Face

Have you ever passed under the window of an old, abandoned house? Have you ever looked up, yearning for a beautiful face on the other side of the glass? Something about once proud houses now fallen into ruin that makes you slow down your step. A family once lived there. A man or a woman … Continue reading A Window Without a Face