Monday, March 16, 2009

window of opportunity

In the sunniest spots the snow has started to recede, revealing the crushed vegetation beneath.
Winter has taken the opportunity to gnaw on this wall.
It, too, has begun a path of receding and revealing.


Cezar and Léia said...

"April prepares her green traffic light and the world thinks Go." (Christopher Morley)
Great post!
kind regards,
Léia :-)

Antjas said...

In an odd way these browns and greys hold such a promise of new life to come!
Thanks for stopping by this morning. For some reason I've fallen out of the portal and the issue isn't getting resolved. My visits have slowed to a trickle.

brattcat said...

Cezar and Leia, thank you so much for your regular visits and bright comments.
Antjas, it's a pleasure to hear from you. Hope the problem is resolved soon.

Tanya said...

What a beautiful window, love that blue sky and that rugged wall. Hope you had a great weekend :)

Elenka said...

Until I enlarged your photo, I thought it was a mirror resting on the stone wall !
Next step, green stuff coming up between the crushed vegetation!! Yeah!!

Jacob said...

Such an interesting photo and beautiful description.

Could it be, perhaps, that the gnawing was done by a very large bear who didn't want to bother climbing over the wall?

I know, I know. That's kind of dumb. You've just got to bear with me.

JM said...

As I don't have snow here, this is really interesting to observe. Nice composition too.

Boise Diva said...

Those poor trees, it looks like the dirt has been washed away from under them.

roentarre said...

Again, very nice texture in this one.

I would have to do another series of shoots assimilating your style

mo_inoh said...

now thats a cool picture. i love seeing places like that

Alison said...

Very neat photo! That looks like a cool space.