oh, i love this, karin... very much... xo
thank you lynne ♥ k
Powerful.If it had a title, what would it be?
Well Zom, this was one that was pure image for me from the beginning. I tried, once I finished, for over an hour to fit some words to it but couldn't do it, so it remained 'beyond words'. I can tell you what I was going through was a whole lot of pain, and I wanted to be as steady and okay with it being a part of me as the land is with what ever nature throws its way. A landscape rolls with the surrounding forces - changes yes, but remains present, taking in both lightening strikes and sunshine...
The movement of the blue cloud intrigues me. Now you see it, now you don't, and then, it emerges again in a new place, renewed in color, shape and form. This could be viewed as symbolic of an ongoing, inner transformation. Thanks for sharing your creative soul.
Karin , I tried to make a comment about that image and the only thing I wanted to say was "wow" . Then I looked at your blog's name and said to myself... "Yes Beyond words" And today I read what you said : I tried, once I finished, for over an hour to fit some words to it but couldn't do it, so it remained 'beyond words'anyone who have suffer for any kind of "pain" can see whay this image says.... beyond words :)Thank you for what you give us
It doesn't need any words, as the image communicates very well. Thank you for sharing your story behind it. I saw the woman as part of the landscape. Your story helps me feel it even deeper.
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