A Picture of Shared Inspiration   2 comments

English Bay Park — Image by kenne

Tankers in the bay
waiting their turn.

Joggers running by
the rocky shoreline.

Conversations fill the air
forming a white noise curtain.

The warm rays of the sun
poised with the cool breeze.

Mountains in the distance
creating the bay’s mouth.

Shadows  growing longer
stretching over the ground.

Setting on the bench
casting a muse in the park.

The silence of solitude
interacting with the environment.

Creating a mood
of shared inspiration.

kenne

Posted August 5, 2011 by kenneturner in Art, Life, Photography, Poetry

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  1. MY ENGLISH IS NOT SO GOOD. BUT EVERY THING IN YOUR TEXT SEEMS TO BE WELL, BUT THERE IS A WHITE CURTAIN, A WHITE NOISE

    CURTAIN.

    WELL FOR ME THAT,S INTERESTING. DON,T KNOW WHAT A NOISE CURTAIN IS. I GUESS IT IS SOFT, MAYBE LIKE shadowy images ??

    THE IMAGE FASCINATED ME WITH THE PHOTO.

    NOTHING IS WELL !

    BUT IT SEEMS WELL!

    BUT YOU CAN MAKE IT WELL FOR YOUR SELF.

    TRY TO SEE A THING OF BEAUTY

    THERE IS A THING OF BEAUTY

    ALWAYS

    NOT EVERY MINUTE

    BUT ENOUGH IF YOU LOOK GOOD !!

    THE SHADOW IS ALSO THERE

    LIKE A GREY CURTAIN

    YOU HAVE A CHOISE IN YOUR LIFE THE DARK SILENT CURTAIN ??

    IF I WERE YOU

    DON.T MAKE A CHOISE

    IF YOU ARE NOT SURE !

    JUST WAIT

    YOUR HEART

    WIL MAKE THE CHOISE !

    AND THE HEART KNOWS.

    Like

    • Thanks for your feedback. White noise draws its name from white light in which the power spectral density of the light is distributed over the visible band in such a way that the eye’s three color receptors (cones) are approximately equally stimulated.

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