>alley shots

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Our streets are rutted with solid ice. I can’t think past the tracks.
When I get to this point — where I have no appetite and have ceased to engage in my surroundings, I find fresh batteries for my camera, slip into sturdy hiking boots and head out to find a different view.
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About redmitten

author of Cracking Geodes Open, Making Good Use of August, and The Peppermint Bottle. poetry editor for IthacaLit and YB Poetry Journal. website: https://toomuchaugust.wordpress.com

8 responses to “>alley shots

  1. >You are a girl after my own heart. I have bundled up and walked in storms, rain, wind and snow (when it happens), in any of natures weather that allows me to walk and take pictures.How well you engaged in your surroundings. Lovely interaction….

  2. >Wonderful pics…wish I was on the walk with you with my camera. We would have so much fun!

  3. >the winter flowers are stunning. and i really like the way they speak to your blog title: not enough snow.

  4. >Pink petal? Curtain? Suggested thicket.Very mysterious.

  5. >Hi Sherry,I love these photos, especially the second and the third.

  6. >What gorgeous shots … especially the dried flowers against the distant bare trees.

  7. >thanks everyone! i had such a great time taking these shots and it is good to hear which struck you as well. the dried flowers against the bare trees- i must have taken 20 shots at a completely different angle before i thought to crouch down and look straight up. somewhere there is a lesson, huh?

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