find me unravelling the forest floor
find me hugging the crest of a sandy shore
find me wrapped in a gauze of Spring, when Autumn comes
that’s where you’ll find me
© images and content Emily Hughes and searchingtosee, 2013
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: Autumn, black and white, creative writing, daffodils, medium format, nature, photography, poetry, Rolleiflex, seashore, woods
Wonderful, Emily! Poetical and simply beautiful.
What wonderful places to be . . . .
I love these shots and how they invite a change in perspective. 🙂
thank you C.B. Sometimes it’s interesting to look at things a little differently isn’t it?
I imagine small children hiding in those trees. Small, exuberant personalities; just slipped away, just quiet, for a moment…
I sort of had a game of hide in seek in mind, I think, when I put them together. Thanks Karen!
I was just going to say the same as Karen, I can hear a suppressed giggle in the top image..a sense of being let into a secret..
a giggle is such a perfect sound. Thanks for that!
Interesting perspectives and I like your words too. I want to be in those places!!
yes, they are wonderful spaces!
How very gorgeous!
thank you ladyfi!
Good info. Lucky me I found your website by chance (stumbleupon).
I’ve saved it for later!
hello! Glad you found your way to me, and I hope you enjoy what you see! Emily
Greetings I am so grateful I found your website, I really found you
by error, while I was researching on Aol for something else, Regardless I am here
now and would just like to say thank you for a fantastic post and
a all round enjoyable blog (I also love the theme/design), I don’t have time to read through
it all at the moment but I have book-marked it and
also included your RSS feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read
a great deal more, Please do keep up the excellent b.
glad you made your way here, even if it’s by accident! Emily
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