Weekly Photo Challenge: Textured Posted on September 11, 2011 by beeblu ~~ spacetime strings warp and weft of the universe connect all things ~~~ Rock sky Plant Human Rate this:Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wonderful! I love that first shot! Wow!
Thanks, Nancy 🙂 I took it with my film camera and always take much more time with those shots than with the digital ones
wow – love the images. Where is that rock?
Thanks, Nursemyra 🙂 It’s part of the face of the Bronte Beach cliffs
Gosh – I should have recognised that. I used to live in Bronte not so long ago
That’s what I love about reading other bloggers, Nursemyra – getting a different perspective on things 🙂
beautiful images…i love all of them
Thanks, aRVee 🙂
You’re welcome bluebee
I love your work! I wish I could be in on your challenges 🙂
Thank you, Vampireweather 🙂
Re the challenges: you can be in on them – they are not mine, but are put out by WordPress at their daily blog
I love it, bluebee, well done 🙂
Thanks, CIn – see you’re taking it easy this weekend 🙂 Hope the weather’s good there for gardening
I love it when anyone talks about warping and wefting – so exciting. Your photos are exceptional; as are your words. I concur. That first photo is astounding. But they’re all good. And the colour of the hair in the bottom shot is stunning. LOVIN’ it all!!
Thanks, Selma! ‘Warp’ is almost an onomatopoeic word, isn’t it? 😀
Thanks, Changeversations – I enjoyed your wicker perspective, too
Nice combination of small poem and images–all interconnected indeed!
Thanks, 47whitebuffalo – there are so many we see but also so many we can’t see – love the mystery of it all 🙂
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Wonderful photos and poem! Interconnections rock!! I like your new lay-out, too, Bluebee
ha,ha – you rock, Monica 😀 Thanks. It’s great to see you back after your wonderful time of celebration.
Wonderful photos and words – string theory (bring it on – haha ) – did I ever tell you about the time I was going to an alcohol and drugs conference and turned up at the wrong university (in Melbourne) and got myself registered at a Chaos Theory conference – haha (those were the days). ‘Warp and weft’ is fantastic (but could be mistaken for a lisp 🙂
Thanks, Captain Chaos 😀 What I want to know is at what point did you realise you were in the wrong conference, ha,ha 😉 how funny
haha – I didn’t actually register – I walked intot the foyer of the conference and went up to the registration desk (still didn’t realise – despite all the huge Chaos Theory posters – and the lady behind the counter explained). I might blog about it (there are other examples – I get lost all the time 😉 )
Love this series of Photos and your words of course, Blue Bee 😉
Peace to you,
Thanks, Laz – nice of you to pop in 🙂
Wonderful haiku and I love that first photo.
Thanks, Tilly – the Sydney coastline has some amazing rockscapes
I am such a sucker for sky and cloud photo’s!
There is something compelling about sky and clouds, Adee – perhaps it’s their ever-changing nature 🙂 and often their state will govern what we do with our day. Thanks
BB, a fantastic lateral look at the textures of the universe. That rock made me double take. Just gorgeous.
Thanks, Kate – the rockscapes on the coastal walks around Bondi, Bronte in the South and Manly in the north are amazing – I have a photo of a rock in Manly that looks just like a groper (fish, not human 😉 )
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An excellent haiku. Thank you!
… and what wonderful photos. They’re all good, but the first two just knocked my sockes off. Wonderful, Blu.
Thank you, Jamie! 😀
Grand Orchestration defintion:
Stringy spacetimes weft and warp
human to sky, plant and rock.
i.e., think of Universe 🙂
Ha, ha – yes, it’s a symphony, Brad, and your Valvoline Violin’s in there somewhere 😉
These are magical bluebee – those clouds are incredible 🙂 I’ve taken some photos of interesting clouds – I think I’ll post them – they are nowhere as beautifully shot as these are. Thanks for inspiring me!
Thanks, Lazywednesdays 🙂 I look forward to seeing your photos of clouds from the Land of the Long White Cloud 🙂
I found this one while im browsing this blog nice shot 🙂
Thanks, Jake – nice of you to read older posts 🙂