365, Day 90: Developing a Taste for the Subtle

365, Day 90The image of foggy landscapes has been strong for me today. Perhaps it’s because I slept horribly last night and my brain just feels foggy and disconnected from my body. I love looking at foggy landscapes, love the way the fog seems to pool and drift, obscuring parts of the landscape and highlighting others by virtue of its absence. Foggy landscapes can be studies in both clarity and subtle edges. Why do I love foggy landscapes in this way but not when they manifest in my own personal world?

The birds got a little crazy in this piece until I told them they had to stop. Enough, I said, was enough…

(© Karen Opp. All rights reserved.)

About Karen

I am a fifty-something anthropology student, an artist, dancer, photographer, healer, mother, grandmother and perennial seeker. I am distracted by shiny things and infused with a sense of wonder at the world around me and people in general. I am a “journey” person who often wishes that I could have a “destination” day at least every now and then…
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