Thursday, August 20, 2009

twilight in an overgrown field

who knows what conversations might have been had here,
what secrets shared, 
what dreams begun,
or ended.

14 comments:

Sunny said...

Such a lovely peaceful picture.
Sunny :)

Jacob said...

This is one of those photos, which, as you suggest, leave one with more questions than answers!

It is a beautiful place, for sure. I wonder if it's part of an estate, or just where it's located.

Yes, I can imagine many trysts carried out right there!

Your photo would be a good novel cover...romance novel?

Or, maybe a spy novel. This is where spies meet to exchange messages! It could be called The Hidden Gazebo!

Paty said...

very poetic place, certainly there mt be a lot of secrets hidden in there

Birdman said...

This is a wonderful shot... soothing, the green and gray together.

Frank said...

I agree with Jacob that this is the ideal cover photo for one of those "Garden of Good and Evil" type dark evel mystery yarns. Perfect. You go Brattcat!!

Cezar and Léia said...

a romantic thought my dear Brattcat!
This is a special place indeed and I would love to write a poem very romantic about this scenery.But now, I hardly can think! LOL I'm getting a little bit crazy with my French lessons here in Luxembourg! :) Poor Léia!
Au revoir!

Julie said...

I imagine all the pretending my cousins and I would have done in a place like that. Beautiful colors in the tall grasses frame the gazebo!

slim said...

What a beautiful old gazebo . . . great setting for many stories.

B SQUARED said...

Or yet, what might be!

PERBS said...

Love that gazebo! The overgrown field makes it even more romantic!!!

Vogon Poet said...

Why only the past? The gazebo is still standing, the place is so romantic: let's think to the future secrets and dreams...

Malyss said...

Men think about spys and mysteries, women about romantic stories.. The place is really inspiring, the kind that feeds imaginations..

Sharodindu said...

Lovely photograph...

JM said...

How lovely! Is it public or is this private property?