Wednesday, May 30, 2007

GOING HOME



The end of a beautiful day.

Especially for Vicky, and all the others that have gone to help the sun to shine brighter for us.

How lucky we are.

27 Comments:

Blogger albi said...

help the sun to shine brighter for us,help the sun to shine brighter for us,help the sun to shine brighter for us,..have to remember this one,thanks pod

9:28 PM  
Blogger Joel Reynolds said...

Wow - great feel to this shot, dude. You know what you're doing.

Joel

9:32 PM  
Blogger Reya Mellicker said...

I never thought about the souls of those who have passed adding to the brightness of the big light in the sky, but I'm sure you're right about this.

It's a beautiful photo. The air has such a lovely texture, I can almost feel it on my skin. Thank you!

11:00 PM  
Anonymous JC said...

Normally, this is where I'd insert an intended-to-be-funny-but-probably-isn't quip... but given the caption of your photo, I don't think it's appropriate, and I'm not particularly gifted at crafting responses that ARE appropriate. I am sorry.

So I'll just say it's a very touching and superbly-shot photo. Well done, Pod.

12:26 AM  
Blogger Country House Antique Textiles said...

A beautiful photo and lovely sentiment Poddy. Thanks for sharing :-)

1:58 AM  
Blogger Ai said...

"Spirited Away".

That anime has nothing to do with your stunning photo and astute observation but IMO it would be an appropriate title.

Ai luvs ya!

4:35 AM  
Blogger NDS said...

beautiful Pod... magical.

6:21 AM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

And so we lay in the grass and as the sun goes down we reflect on a beautiful day.

There is pain and beauty in seeing the day end but nothing is ever over. The night is rich to those who open up to it and tomorrow will bring another day.

7:29 AM  
Blogger Annelisa said...

Wow, that light... it's so magical! Love the pic!

Btw - I saw you've got 'The Faraway Tree' in your fave books... do you remember those sweets they put in their mouths that swelled and swelled until the filled the whole mouth, then burst with honey all over the tongue?

... a trip down memory lane! :-D

9:46 AM  
Blogger raindog said...

thats beautiful pod. incredible photograph and lovely sentiment. thanks for sharing.

12:16 PM  
Blogger ben huff said...

beautiful pod! good to see you getting such images from your new rig.

12:24 PM  
Blogger Gary said...

Lovely picture with words to match.

1:07 PM  
Blogger lettuce said...

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thankyou pod.

xx

6:16 PM  
Blogger Wendz said...

What a beautiful tribute Poddy Pie - I shall take it for my Dad too...the 1st anniversary of his death looms and I find myself dreaming of him at night and waking up very sad.

8:08 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

That is indeed a beautiful way to put it. You always say so much with so little.

8:38 PM  
Blogger Lynne said...

What a beautiful way to think about someone's passing. I'll remember this ...

Lovely photo. (((hugs))) to you, pod!

4:52 AM  
Blogger J. David Zacko-Smith said...

I've no clue what you're talking about, but the photo is nice! ;-)

7:22 AM  
Blogger Momentary Academic said...

So beautiful. So beautiful.

1:47 PM  
Blogger Ele ^_^ said...

All wonderful picture.. congratulation!!! See you ^_^

9:14 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

A lovely golden hue - every day.

Thank you Poddy!! *big hugs*

12:20 AM  
Anonymous get zapped said...

My oh my, this is so soothing to my spirit. It's a place one can escape to when the need is there, a safe haven of warmth and love.

Have a great weekend, Pod!

Peace.

1:11 AM  
Blogger Junk Thief said...

As the sun leaves you it's arriving here to help us get the energy to make the coffee and face our workday. Thanks for sharing it. We'll take good care of it and send it back your way in a few hours.

4:31 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

ALBI - you will need a lot of sun to shine on that great big hair of yours ;0p

JOEL - it was a great moment, walking up a hill and been blasted by the sunlight. pretty special. cheers!

REYA - oh it was wonderful. i wish you were there! i think that is where i lost some time! ;0)

JC - you are alwasy funny josiness, even if it is sometimes in a strange way..... ;0p

DONALD - always a pleasure x

AI - i loved spirited away. one of my faves. i must watch it again. very inspiring. toodle pip!

NDS - magical indeed!

NATHALIE - i did lie in the grass shortly after i took this, and had the exact same thoughts as you expressed. so true. bisous!

ANNELISA - yes i remember, and didn't a nughty person get a sweet that tasted of sardines or something?

RAINDOG - thanks dude! hope you're well ;0)

THE HUFF - can't tell you how much i am loving the new rig. i want to give up my day job!

GARY - thanks mate!

LETTLE - no thanks necessary little love. meet you by the pond x

WENDZ - it is for them all. take as much as you want! five years on, i still find it hard, especially around the anniversary, which has just passed. i dreamt so much of little moth. try to make the most of the dream. hug him and rest in the space you are with him. it is contact of sorts, and can be cherished. thinking of you x

STE - oh i can waffle at times, believe me!

LYNNIE - hugs to you too ;0)

JDZS - get wid the program JD!

MA - ah. we all is ;0)

ELE - hey! welcome to podland! ;0)

ROB - she is up there too, making you smile and keeping you warm ;0)

ZIPPO - always warmth to be had, so very reassuring ;0)

JUNK - yeah its funny that. i am asleep most of the time you guys are awake. i am happy to sleep in for a while though, if you want to keep the sun for a bit longer ;0)

12:07 PM  
Blogger Sebastien said...

Oh so peaceful. And the light is just wonderful, ethereal.

12:51 PM  
Anonymous ja.mes said...

yeah, but brighter areas also increase the contrast with the darker spots (as your photo proves).
maybe this is just the pessimism gained (i wouldn't say pragmatism) from living in the overcast kingdom.

1:01 AM  
Blogger Sherry Snowdrop said...

Yes, that's more like it.

I bet it is even lovelier just over the hill and into the valley below.

I saw some storks in Portugal. That was cool. Making their nests on the top of factory chimnies.

I also saw some excellent butterflies and dragonflies.

10:18 PM  
Blogger call me betty said...

Yes, for Vicky & for Sylvia, too.

Thank you.

5:32 AM  

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