Sunday, March 14, 2010

lonely little swings singing

when will it be spring?

27 comments:

Yvi said...

Hi!

Have you got new snow?

I like this photo, because there is none wolk in the snow...

Greetings
Yvi

Julie said...

Quiet time in the green room. concentrating rather than lonely, concentrating altos and basses waiting upon the arrival of the flouncing sops and the self-important tenors.

Small City Scenes said...

Aw, I find this kinda sad. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

It feels sooooooooo cold!
God bless you!
Cezar

Anya said...

I think NEVER.............. LOL

S ~ P ~ R ~ I ~ N ~ G
where are you !!!!!!

Julie said...

*grin*

Cat said...

Yes, those lonely little swings can't wait for happy, giddy little bottoms to bring them to life!! May the snow melt quickly and may we only see it again when we long for it. I enjoy your pictures! Please come by my site sometime..you might find something you like! Have a wonderful weekend!
Cat
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Birdman said...

Like this lonely shot... swings at rest.

Jacob said...

Funny, I've never heard a swing sing of spring before. But, from what I hear y'all got some more bad weather. Thus, such swing singing about spring springing is to be expected.

Re your question on Cedar Key DP - I have no idea what they place charges, and prices will change depending on the season, but I think it's not all that expensive...

Virginia said...

Soon I hope! I'll bet there's some major "cabin fever" going on up there.V

Sharon Creech said...

Like Small City Scenes above, I find the photo a little sad. That loneliness. That need for active children. . . You've captured a mood.

Kaori said...

Just what I was thinking last week. But we've stepped into spring here. Hope it gets warmer soon for you too :)

VP said...

Lovely image... I hope soon, firs signs of spring here.

Sharon said...

Soon, dear swing, soon!

Malyss said...

Impressive.. As I'm writing this to you, my window is wide open, with the sun shining..I would like to share it with you!

I'm wondering how you could call a goat Voltaire?!...Ü

Magpie said...

"the answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind.." :)

Lisa said...

Beautiful, bright glowing picture of a time and space you no longer desire. Not the place to fill you with platitudes, wishful thoughts, hopeful sayings. Just want to thank you for a gorgeous picture of the purity that is within the storm, the cold; the winter. Thank you for the snow shot and hang in there..all things pass!

Serge Cornillet said...

I imagine that children have to be patient to play again in this place. So beautiful snow but so cold.
Serge

Sunny said...

I really like this picture, even though it has a certain sadness about it.
Quite sore today, really hurts to sit for any length of time, hopefully tomorrow will be a better day!
Sunny :)

Bob Crowe said...

Soon. Wait quietly. My grandmother used to tell me that a watched pot never boils. Buddha taught that desire - for spring, for anything - creates suffering. Or, if you must, put a brace on your knee and fly to Atlanta or somewhere like that.

slim said...

Swings need a rest too, I guess. Spring always seems to surprise me; it arrives when I least expect it. I hope you and Mr.Bc are weathering the storm well with a good book, music, movie, vittles and/or visitors today.

Hilda said...

I'm sure the children of Brattleboro are asking the same question.

magiceye said...

beautiful....

Tash said...

Cool photo of a cool, well, cold weather. Hope the 1st day of spring brings a thaw.

Amin said...

We feel the spiring in Caucasus.Soon the spiring will come to Your city.

Carraol said...

In quiet days inspiration come more easily and time run faster. This image is one of those moments!

Amin said...

Interesting photo.