Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
ah the rusty bits you find...beautiful!
The asymmetry of these items is a grand statement of our times.Wonderful shot - and see...it makes me THINK! :-)
yes, I think nature won.Lovely photo.
This is very cool - I have a friend who took photographs of the these trees while in Florida and she has hand colored them etc and made them really large like 36" x 24" and has the prints laid onto canvas and they are beautiful let me tell you.They are monochromatic in a Sepia.
a real nifty person can stick outlets almost anywhere. I love it that its tucked in with a sawed off nub and held in by screws and there is also a wooden peg in there to. That is a very cool pic. It almost reminds me of an old outbuilding on a farm that had a tree grow up next to it till they melded into one.
ha! great find!
hmmm. tis slightly sad. great shot!
Great foto. Sometimes in India, nature and buildings merge just like that but with a lot of green.When are you going to Paris?
whoa! damn nice find, lori.
I thought "wisteria," too. Then "driftwood" and the mixture of human-made objects and formerly living objects that end up on the ocean shores where I have spent so much time. Here, though, the plant seems to be alive while the electricity is disconnected. Funny where the mind goes . . . I also remembered when I was in my 20s and working at a place that made heart pacemakers. There was a numerical color code for the pacemaker wires. The number for black was zero. I immediately remembered Bob Dylan singing, "Black is the color where none is the number," on "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall," and puzzled at the coincidence.Your photos, drawings and poems speak to me. Thanks so much.
LET ME OOOUUUTTT!!!
Hey ever'body...responses below.(Since I woke up ridiculously early this morning, went out to a 24-hour chain restaurant for breakfast...and no one to draw. But I did hear about how one of the waiters became a grandpa on Valentine's Day.)Switchsky: And what were YOU doing up at that hour? Or are you far afield east of here? Glad you liked...Dave: Yepper. Badly butchered by the park's groundskeepers, but it was wisteria.Karen: :-) I got the hint, but not the brain cells...BenC: She always does, thank goodness. Even if the only celebrants left would be bacteria...Sheri: Thanks! Your friend's work sounds really interesting -- you have a link to it?Susangelique: I love that phrase and the image of melding into one. And am glad this got your words rolling!Polona: Thanks muchly!Pod: Yepper. Tristesse wisteria and junction box.PMBC: Ooh, India must be an amazing place, given what you wrote. Ahhh. I need to save some $$ to go to Paris, but between you and Laura and others, I must go it seems.Raindog: Thanks; this was for some reason suffused with emotion for me. But maybe that's my lack of sleep talkin'.AM: Likewise.ThomP: :-)
Nice human-artifact/wisteria intertwining, Lori! My kind of photo, or one of them...
You find the most amazing
Nature claims her wild space.
Holy Crap!I love this!
Oh so fantastic! What a photo and capture. . .gorgeous. Nature definitely is reclaiming.
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