We used to play 'pooh sticks' as kids, skinny legs dangling over the edge of the wooden bridge.
That sounds like fun! Too old? do you think Chris? Naw!
Hey Jim,that would've sent me into orbit 'cause it looks like a snake to me!
Liesl, one must remember that this is the Northern Hemisphere I live in and do you really think I would have taken these photos if THAT was a SNAKE!!!! And one that SWAM!? lol
Nice calm pictures of just watching a stick (the world) go by.Good Morning, Jim!
Ye Sharon, watching the world go by! I love to sit on a bench/grass whatever and 'people watch! Don't you?
So beautifully poetic! And you have open water! We still have ice on the lake.
Thanks Fiona. Today that canal would be frozen but last weekend it wasn't. Our Marches are usually up and down like this.
It great to take the time to get lost in a trance every now and then.There will always be something to bring you back. So go ahead, get lost!
Hey, you talkin' to me!! lol
Some things can just take over your brain and hold your interest without trying. Good Morning, Mal
And I love it when I let/allow my brain to be taken away....naturally!Good day to you too, Mal!
Just so you know, your posts are my therapy!
The 'bill' is in the mail! lolThanks Mitch, I am happy it 'works' for you too.
I believe that we all came--eons and eons and eons ago--from water and so it has the power to mesmerize us and to bring us back to ourselves. Thank you for posting these evocative photographs.Peace.
I think you are correct Dee. I just got back from the beach and it was churning up waves like you can maybe imagine. I just stood there and stared. It WAS mesmerizing.
Your post reminds me of last fall when I stood in my yard watching the leaves fall. They had frost on them and were falling like snowflakes as the sun warmed them. They were so beautiful, and I could hear them as they would land on the ground. I've no idea how long I watched, but it was a mind-clearing, mesmerizing moment.
Kim you live is such a beautiful area where you can get mesmerized whenever you need to!
Thanks Pat. I could really feel the stillness there at the time.
Sittin on the Dock of the Bay...
You got it, Terry!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.