Monday, December 14, 2009

monochrome monday: decades of darkness

on the windowsill
the tarnished brass is
waiting to spread light

23 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

You are an artist!

...And the wind came softly bringing light and joy for all people in the region.
Some cried in that precious moment, others prayed in peace ...
The beauty will never die in the heart of those who believe and fight for your dreams become reality.
Thanks so much for this magnificent post! :)
Léia

Julie said...

Thoughtfully layered image to accompany the text, BC.

Still no go with the linking, I see. Aleni could not help either?

Don't give up, yer hear!

PS I am awaiting B/Bridge

Birdman said...

The monochrome works beautifully on this one. Subtle yet so symbolic.

Malyss said...

"Waiting for the light" is a magnificent hope that you traduced so well with your picture..

Kate said...

Yes, it is a lovely post with beautiful thoughts.

B SQUARED said...

Lovely!

Jacob said...

Beautiful. And a menorah does need candles to spread the Hanukkah light!

cieldequimper said...

I imagine it is now. Such a beautiful scene.

Day4plus said...

Lovely image---so symbolic. The light will show the way. MB

Anya said...

Wow!!
You have a wonderful view :-)
Really BEAUTIFUL !!

siu said...

A very suggestive and evocative image, conveying a perceptible sense of wait...

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Andreea said...

Beautiful shot.

Amin said...

It is very interesting and beautiful view.

In Real Life said...

Gorgeous photo! Love the view out the window.

Tanya said...

wow! well done Bratt!

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Ohh light outside, dark inside... beautiful layers and textures. And poem.

Three Rivers Daily Photo

Bob Crowe said...

I'm trying to understand your reference to decades of darkness. My thin goy knowledge of Jewish history may be the problem. May the festival of lights brighten the dark Vermont winter.

magiceye said...

delightful

Jilly said...

Beautiful shot with great contrast - and words.

Carraol said...

Great silhouetted image backing the words.

Vogon Poet said...

Beautiful image, the old Hanukkah Menorah awaits to spread its light for the Festival of Lights.

JM said...

Beautifully composed shot!