reflection in window & water

simple birds

outside looking in i see strength to be me
  inside looking out i see freedom to be me

canopy

21 comments:

Tracy said...

Strength...This week I'm digging for strength I wasn't sure if I had. My father is ill from complications from a heart attack & appendicitis...It's been a scary few days lately. He is a alive--and we draw strength as a family from that. Grace & blessings follow... Blessings to you, Elk ((HUGS))

Gayle said...

Sometimes I do.

margie said...

this week, i need to be you. creative and strong for the trials in front of me. always something don't you find? today i am going to pay bills and journal. haha.

beth said...

ohhhh strength...i love this and the tree photo !

Liss said...

Strength was my word for this year. as I start to find strength now I am discovering new freedoms. I never thought strength and freedom stood side by side but they do.

becky at abbeystyle said...

Love your philosophy for today. Hope you have a lovely weekend feeling free within your strengths.

Kamana said...

i love that tree.

smith kaich jones said...

Come on outside to your freedom. It is hot but that tree offers shade. Come on . . .

xoxo
debi

rivergardenstudio said...

Oh! I am so glad I came to visit your blog today. Windows... they are so important in their gifts to us. Your words are so perfect, and your images are stunning. roxanne

Betsy said...

Your little bird shapes contrast nicely against the tree!

Amy said...

so quietly beautiful, simple and yet so powerful.

S. Etole said...

very strong images ...

koralee said...

I adore that tree! Trees speak to me. Happy weekend. xoxo

SE'LAH... said...

that second shot is unreal.
beautiful, my friend.

Judy said...

I've been too busy to stop by here and I've missed so much. Your post are always so inspiring.
Happy Weekend my friend.

maccandace said...

Strong and free, both great gifts.

mrs mediocrity said...

I love the tree...it is spooky and serene at the same time...

Jewels said...

the grass is always greener... or in this case B&W

Relyn said...

You always make such poems out of your posts. I would describe you as a poet-blogger. Yes?

patty said...

love the words... and that tree... is that the other side of a pond/lake reflecting the edge? lovely how it blends together~

Jeanne Klaver said...

These photos are so amazing. I love those reflections!