There is something in this photo by friend Lora Hemy which captures my soul. She says it signals the end of summer, but as she lives in the far north of Scotland that is to be expected.
There is a little darkness within all of us: for some there is a lot.
For me, the notion that until the end when we gradually fade in the mists of time and memories there is always a ray of optimism. When you are down, the only way is up, so my struggles with this week’s computer collapse are soon going to be in the past. Yep, I remain an unashamed optimist.
The image also conveys the sense of being alone, a spiritual sense I revel in. I’m happy wandering alone in the clouds … and that’s not a sardonic comment on my height.
With a friend or two I can communicate, but in a crowd, I tend to sit back and observe. Mind you, I’m also more than happy to share in a good gig such as this one and I hope this one which is tomorrow.
That’s what Lora’s fine photo conveys to me.
How about you?