Ever stop to think…and forget to start again? Well, sometimes when you find yourself gazing off at nothing, it’s actually SOMETHING, some view or glimpse or vista or alpha-inducing scene that just sets your mind free to wander.
Some of these are the views that do that for me.
I look up a lot.
All were chosen in hopes they’d be good wallpaper, the background on your computer screen. Some are seasonal, like the Portland rose festival and snow and the state fair stained-glass anvil, some mystical like the fog in Milwaukee. The dome’s the Iowa State capitol, and so’s the geometric border. The block of ice is the St Paul Winter carnival, so is the block of faux marble packed snow; the chocolate ceramic tiles were in Grandma’s bathroom, now gone.
The tunnel’s at O’Hare, the skylight at the Manchester Inn. The bone made Dog Toby’s eyes light up. There are too many clouds, and no people at all.
You can easily make one your wallpaper. Change with the seasons. Mystify your cellmates. I was going to give you 52, one for each week, but I got carried away. That’s OK. You won’t like some.
Dylan from the Isle of Man took the time-exposure of the red plane, a 1939 Stinson I’ve been allowed to fly. Lovely Liz shot the snowy barn, Ben shot the forest path and John photographed the road ahead. Otherwise I took them all.
- Stella -
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