lost in thought

found


I embrace the blur that mirrors my life as we travel down the road


35 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like this. It's hard to get good photos from a moving car but you make the difficulties a positive.

Puna said...

I love your photos elk. They make me think.

JoLyn said...

Very intriguing. Your description really makes me think.

Darlene said...

This is really beautiful, blur and all! Love the winter colors.

Tracy said...

It is very OK to be fuzzy sometimes... ;o) Happy week, Elk ((HUGS))

smith kaich jones said...

A fabulous embrace - I will be driving in the rain today, thinking of this loveliness, but also hoping the blur stills after a bit.

xo
Debi

Leisa Hammett said...

Nice.

margieandkath said...

what a wonderful thought. it is so true that our lives are sometimes a blur to be embraced.

Jewels said...

nice and green by you :)

L.L. Barkat said...

this one's stunning. Reminds me of the Hill Country.

beth said...

a beautiful blur without doubt !

spread your wings said...

this is a cool photo. i'm thinking these last few months for you and your family will be really busy and blurry-eyed. don't you have a high school senior and a college senior?

S. Etole said...

it all goes by so quickly ...

Kimmie said...

yes .... it's like the rearview mirror

ELK said...

so happy to see you friends your comments mean so much to me!

LL it is the Texas Hill country north of San Antonio
Leslye I do have two seniors and I have to admit ...it is so very busy! photos are are my "get-away"

beth said...

this is exactly where I am at right now!! lost in thought and the blur!!

Country Girl said...

It's better to embrace it than fight it. Great way to use this photo.

Char said...

i know we all wish the future was in some ways better focus, but i do, like you, accept the blur and try to embrace it whenever possible.

Marcie said...

Yes...the best things happen in the blurr..when everything is out of focus.

Christina said...

oh the blur, it can be so beautiful.
xo

maccandace said...

Life can be a blur, that's true. Sometimes that's good, sometimes it's kind of a shame :)

Relyn said...

I, too, am in a season full of blur. All hurry and scurry. I am ready for a rest, a surcease of activity. Ready for spring break. The two sweetest words known to teachers, yes?

littlepurplecow said...

Looks like my driveway :-) Loving being lost in thought out there too. Thanks for sharing at Shutter Sisters.

koralee said...

Your words and photos match so well...you are very clever my friend...as always you inspire me!

Caroline said...

For acceptance is the only way to live... xoxo

Mary said...

Ah, love this!

kath said...

Wise words, the blur in my life has me shaken this week. I shall try to put my arms around its wiggles and embrace it instead of fighting it.

ginny said...

i adore blurred images probably because they feel comfortable and familiar as i often live happily in a blur... though i love it when the blur is punctuated with intense periods of clarity. x

SE'LAH... said...

Sometimes, it's thru the blur that we find clarity.

one love.

Betsy said...

My life feels like a blur, too! haha

Cara said...

I like the blur! Someday that is all I see too!

Oliag said...

Your description of life and the photo go particularly well together today...life is blurring by too fast!

elizabeth said...

oooh, I like this one. very haunting and mysterious.

Jeanne Klaver said...

Love it...as long as we're moving, well, you know the rest!

Joie Moring said...

Yes, embrace the blur! So many of us can relate...that I think it might make a good bumper sticker!