Thursday, February 16, 2012

...week five-beyond layers...


“creating a new theory is not like destroying an old barn 
and erecting a skyscraper in its place.
it is rather like climbing a mountain,
 gaining new and wider views, 
discovering unexpected 
connections between our starting points
 and its rich environment.
 but the point from which we started
out still exists and can be seen,
 although it appears smaller and forms 
a tiny part of our broad view gained
by the mastery of the obstacles
 on our adventurous way up.”
 Albert Einstein

week five.
oh my gosh.
what excitement.
kim, you are awesome.
i had to go back.
start and stop.
start again.
but i think , know,
that i have ended up with
the result that i wanted.
this is a great old barn.
several miles from my house.
as a crow flies.
it is a beautiful green.
they almost lost this barn due to "straight winds".
they wouldn't call it a tornado.
as we don't have those in michigan.
(wink-wink)
anyway.
the structure that stood right beside it.
was lost.
so happy for them.
it was spared.
loved, loved, loved.
this lesson. 
enjoy your friday.
just BE.
robin.

5 comments:

geetlee said...

so beautifully done :)
i am yet to work on my assignment for the week.

Linneas Atelje Photography said...

What a beautiful old barn and great editing.

Paula Scott said...

Love this image! The barn kind of looks like it is levitating off of the ground.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful post-processing.

Regards and best wishes

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Love that header of yours! I always enjoy looking at your work and the Einstein quote is so right on!