Friday, July 14, 2006

It is not the vastness























it is not the vastness of things
nor their tender delicacy
but the way everything sings together
one pulsating chord of light

16 Comments:

Blogger Sky said...

WOWOW!

Your inner self must have been fed with amazing energy during the vacation you had! The opportunities for such communion with nature, as evidenced by the photographs, seem extraordinary.

Thanks for sharing. :)

7/14/2006 3:13 PM  
Blogger mermaid said...

I can only imagine the meditative experience you had on your journey.

Very perceptive insight about the wholeness of all things. Taken separately, nothing makes senses. Taken together, the patterns reveal themselves in wonderful displays of light, as you have artfully expressed.

7/14/2006 4:59 PM  
Blogger Gilbert Koh said...

Sounds like you had a peak experience. :)

7/14/2006 6:55 PM  
Blogger Dale said...

Very beautiful. The images, the words, and especially both together.

It's so nice to have you back!

7/14/2006 11:26 PM  
Blogger Brenda said...

Very beautiful, I can breathe when I come here! And that second photograph is amazing! Such colour, such grace...

7/15/2006 4:50 AM  
Blogger zhoen said...

Such much purple. I didn't know starfish came in that color.

7/15/2006 11:38 AM  
Blogger Lee said...

Wow! Me neither. All teh starfishes in my life have been 'mud' or 'orange'. They are brilliant!

7/16/2006 3:42 AM  
Blogger Lori Witzel said...

OMG.

Those purple starfishes sure are part of that pulsating chord...

I have never ever seen such starfishes, thanks so much for "catching" and sharing!

7/16/2006 7:25 AM  
Blogger la vie en rose said...

yes!

7/16/2006 12:34 PM  
Blogger MB said...

Sky, I'm glad that comes across.

Mermaid, it surprised me how meditative paddling can become, or even sitting on the rocks. Spending a long enough time helps.

Gilbert, oh I had many! ;-)

Dale, it's very nice to be welcomed back like that. Thank you.

Brenda, aren't they incredible? I've watched movies of sea stars, sped up, and been amazed at how fluid and graceful they are. Pick one up, and it just seems stiff!

Zhoen and Lee, the purple sea stars is quite common in that area, along with orange. I've read that the purple may be slightly more common along the inland shores (where we were), however.

Lori, for me they are like the notes of a scale that makes up that chord.

Michelle, that's what I said! ;-)

7/16/2006 1:25 PM  
Anonymous yllstonewolf said...

exquisite! i want to make a cup of my palm and fill it with that water.

7/17/2006 9:45 AM  
Blogger Pat Paulk said...

Beautifully said!!

7/17/2006 4:33 PM  
Blogger MB said...

Anne, as in your poem? Ah, wonderful! I do, too.

Pat, so nice to see you here. Thank you.

7/17/2006 7:35 PM  
Blogger Richard Lawrence Cohen said...

Wow, that trip sure did you good. These last three very short ones are wonderful, and the photos too.

7/18/2006 12:08 PM  
Blogger MB said...

Thanks, Richard. I appreciate that very much.

7/18/2006 1:29 PM  
Blogger GEL said...

Yes!

7/18/2006 10:41 PM  

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