Wednesday, April 25, 2007

tree drama



I'm always fascinated by this image as I drive the road to the west of Garfield Farm Museum. The trees, one dead and one living, seem to be playing out a drama.

I invite you to write your own story on this one.

4 comments:

BettyWestern said...

Hi Zanne. I was wondering if you'd had any 'Hurricorns' lately? (Sept 2006). I'm now in on the whole blog thing and just wanted to say how much your photos have inspired me. I'm waiting on a whole bunch of black & white photos to develop and hope to post some if they are good enough. I'd also like to add you to my links if that's OK?

Thanks, Bev.

Zanne said...

No Hurricorns lately. I'm waiting to see your images. Believe me there were bloggers who inspired me to think I could possibly create something that people would want to view/read. I'm anxious to see your black and whites. And yes, you can feel free to add me to the links. Thanks for visiting the Farmers Wife.

Charley Pitchford said...

This photo makes me think of a land, maybe a farm, once productive, but now abandoned. The former owner is now passed on to the other side and his children live far away not caring for the land as he once had. They are now making their lives in the hussle and bussle of the big city and "raising" their children there, not remembering the peace and solitude offered to them by their father's land, that needs someone to care for it now and love it as he had.

Marty52 said...

Hi Zanne! I've tagged you for a "Thinking Blogger" award. I couldn't find your email addy to send this nomination to you privately so I'm letting you know through your comments.

You can see the nomination at www.textilesintime.blogspot.com. Thanks so much for taking me back to memories of my childhood with your wonderful photos!