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“We write every day, we fight every day, we think and scheme and dream a little dream every day. Manuscripts pile up in the kitchen sink, run-on sentences dangle around our necks. We plant purple prose in our gardens and snip the adverbs only to thread them in our hair. We write with no guarantees, no certainties, no promises of what might come and we do it anyway. This is who we are.” -Tareheh Mafi

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Lucky Shots By Joyce Lavene


This is one of my favorite images. It was a fluke - a lucky shot - of an old footbridge crossing a small pond. Part of what makes it my favorite is a reflection you see in the bottom of the picture. The reflection comes from a tree that my camera caught in the car window as I took the shot.

The footbridge is close to my home and an image I enjoyed passing each day. Unfortunately, the land has changed, and I couldn't take this picture again today. I guess that makes it a lucky shot in more ways than one.

Joyce Lavene
www.joyceandjimlavene.com 

5 comments:

  1. A beautiful photo Joyce. And what a lovely scene to get to see every day!

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    1. Thanks, Lisa. I wish it still looked this way. You can't see it from the road anymore because it's so overgrown.

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    2. Thanks, Lisa. I wish it still looked this way. You can't see it from the road anymore because it's so overgrown.

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  2. Love the picture! Can't wait to see more.

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