Tuesday, May 21, 2013

When one isn’t enough and two can’t do

Here are more photographs taken earlier last week, the first one on Monday a week ago. During the weekend I went twice walking with the two older daughters, on Saturday to Nuuksio, and on Sunday to Vaakkoi. Rain and thunder was promised, but none happened. It was been dry and often rather warm, and summer has progressed rapidly.

(Posting title is from the poem The Progression by Omar Pérez, translated by Kristin Dykstra.)


Cedric Canard said...

I don't know how you managed that first shot in this series but I like it very much. It gives a sense of steadfastness in world that is in constant flux.

Juha Haataja said...

Cedric, that one was taken through a car window, while it was raining outside. And the mode wheel on the LX5 had accidentally turned, so this photograph was taken using iA mode, which means that interpretation of colors etc. is different from my usual style. But in this case I like the result. The sap running from the cut in the birch really was red, although not quite this red.