A warm Sunday at a friends in Manchester the sun speaks of spring yet the calender warns a week more winter, today spring arrives and snow falls in western Ct.
Two weeks ago the early risers were out in Coventry. No calender or day light savings needed we’re blooming!
Panama Hat and Belly Buttons
The bud bursts cautiously through the earth.
Will there be a flower? A summer?
Will the auditorium door open?
Norwich’s dare to be spring fashion show.
Heels and jeans cuffed,
Not quite sheer blouse, no coat big scarf.
The belly and the button that Jeanie couldn’t show on TV is now prominent.
Even in winter and occasionally in business attire.
As teens we boys dreamed of a peek at panties, today with the bellys and the backs we can read the labels. Status AZOD replaced by Victoria’s Secret and Abude. Mystery? We live longer grow up faster and never grow up. Keeping the child discarding the “I” I wish but doubt.
April 16, 2004 Copyright Peter J. Crowley
Last night I had the pleasure of presenting “My Transparent Life” to The Quinabaug Valley Photography Club
There was much discussion on how I turn light into emotion. One of the prime tools is use of negative space. The photo of Carl’s chairs I think illustrates a very simple use of light and negative space so you feel like you have been there or are comfortable
in this space. enjoy pjc