Monday, February 25, 2008

Oil reflects the light


Amber
Toronto, ON, November 2007

It's been a dim couple of days, so I find myself looking in corners for little snippets of color and light that might lift my mood. I'm thankful that I have my words and images, because they often seem to bring comfort when life tries to do the opposite.

It's remarkably soothing when you can withdraw to your personal archives for a few minutes and reflect on the thinking that went into something as simple as a photo or a few paragraphs.

I wish more people could seek refuge in what they've created.

Your turn: Suggestions for feeling better. Please discuss.

One more thing: Caption This rages on. If you're still mulling over yours for this week, mull no more. Click here instead and join the fray.

9 comments:

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Suggestions for feeling better?

Metallica, baby! The louder (and more alone you can be), the better.

Seriously.

b13 said...

I know this isn't a "caption this" but...

"I like my women like my oil... extra virgin." ;)

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Cool image, Carmi. I always enjoy your work.

Thanks so much for your well-wish to me and my girl, I appreciate that, man.

utenzi said...

I've been feeling similarly, Carmi. I keep feeling like posting complaints and nothing but complaints. I should follow your example and post a pretty picture instead.

joe said...

Nice picture! Michele sent me.

Cooking always makes me feel better...mmm cooking...

Superchai said...

For me what makes me feel better? Spending time with family, friends or just sometimes my dog :)

Sometimes...journaling does it as well. I like having places where I can write my thoughts and feel clearer.

Sleepypete said...

Felt more alive today than I have done for a little while ...

The difference ? Our work's IT got upgraded and I had a new toy to play with :-) (Plus I did the usual bit of being able to answer other people's questions when they got stuck with the differences)

New Toys = Happy Geek :-)
Can get expensive though ;-)

David said...

spring is on the way
( antidepressants)
or a chain saw

not both! hehe

Tiel Aisha Ansari said...

That looks like... a peridot.