What You SeeThe land where I live is a peculiar place, though not as peculiar as some. The place where I live is full of children who play barefoot in fields, but know that it hurts to run through stalks of ripe corn. A place where the fields burn at least once a year, flaring allergies and settling a haze in the sky. Where dust drifts across the roads in place of the dry tumbleweeds seen in photos, and residents know to pull over and wait the clouds out.What You See by Spatzchen
I live in a place more beautiful than most, where the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, yet somehow is more breathtaking each day. When the sun sets on the horizon, the glow of the city fades and the stars litter the sky like the sprinkles on a child’s birthday cake. This is a place where we garden in the warm spring afternoon, only to watch petals of snow drift to the ground after tucking the children into bed that very same night.
This place where I live is much sweeter than most. Though we have no grand and majestic mountains t
When I had finished and went back for the URLs to credit the two stock photos I used in my picture, I found that in the interim the stock provider, Auroradreams auroradreams.deviantart.com/, had placed most of her stock in Storage including "The Green Apple," the photo I used. Since I used the photo in good faith, I have gone ahead with the posting of my Journal in the hopes that I won't have to delete my Journal for lack of a link to the photo. The horse stock photo entitled "rolling horse stock 5" was provided by Humblebeez at humblebeez.deviantart.com/art/….
If the formatting for this Journal is poor, my apologies to the photographers whose artworks I wanted to feature. These are beautiful photographs and they deserve to be displayed correctly in all their glory. I admire the photographers' skills and their dedication to be at just the right place and at just the right time to capture the beauty of the scenes. Please check out the rest of the artists' Galleries for more wonderful photography!