While navigating through the interwebs this morning responding to comments and emails from my recent postings, I happened upon a lovely blog here , phos-graphé, that is hosted by Johanna Grace (pronounced "jo-ha-nauh" ~ Isn't that a beautiful??), a "writer of light".
writer of light
I have taken some time to look through her blogs (she has two) and find that they are a reflection of her beautiful personality. This particular blog features photography. She definitely has a gift.
She is, also, very generous and at the present time, she is holding a photography contest. When I read the description of the one entitled Sky, meet Earth, a contest about reflections, I remembered a photo that I took in Vermont back in July. While contests are fun and she is giving away a gorgeous pair of earrings, for me, this gives me the opportunity to share one of my favorite photos and memories of the summer.
It was a beautiful sunny day that I spent with family and my friend, Glenda, who was visiting for the first time from Louisiana. Everyone had gone into the Simon Pearce gallery and I was attracted to the building and the flowers out front. The white building with the tall, skinny black door and the purple flowers full of bumble bees drew me completely in. I love how the sky is reflected in the glass. This is another photo that will remind me of summer when the cold wind is blowing and the snow is falling this winter. I will remember the laughter shared with people that I love. I will remember how the sun felt on my face even though I might have complained about being hot once or twice that day. I will remember my precious flip flops. I may miss them the most. :)
If you have a photo with a reflection of earth or sky, please consider entering. If you just like to view photography and beautiful blogs written and hosted by beautiful people, take a moment and visit Johanna Grace. You will be happy that you did.
Thanks so much for stopping by! It's a cold and rainy day here in New Hampshire so I'm going to take the time to catch up on emails and comments. Tomorrow promises to be sunny and warm so I absolutely will need to be outside enjoying it. Have a beautiful day!