6.24.2008

Missing Him.

One Day....
May 2008

My iTunes: Gravel Lines by Amy Seeley

One day we will have chairs like these....looking down a lane like this one. Maybe waiting for our kids to come visit...with our grandkids of course! A LONG TIME FROM NOW. On days when I feel wordless, it is NEVER a Wednesday....so this cannot be a Wordless Wednesday post.

I think my title says it all...I hope he is checking this tonight.

21 comments:

Mark said...

Nice view, indeed. I'm not accustomed to seeing so many wide shots here on your blog. You have a good eye when "zoomed" out a bit, too.

Britt said...

I love this! Very soothing :)
Will you explain "wordless wednesday" to me? (I mean, other than the obvious... heh)

quilly said...

poignant

sorry you are sad

Carletta said...

I hope he checks too Anna - cause this is so sweet.

Beautiful serene photo!

Raven said...

Beautiful photo. I love the way the shadows give a sort of motion to the stillness of the chairs. Very lovely.

Zoey said...

Beutiful picture and lovely words to follow it!

Horsoon said...

Very nicely composed.

timtim said...

VERY nice shot.

CG said...

"Grow old with me; the best is yet to be".

Robert said...

I absolutely love the path and fence leading away from (or in this case, towards) the lens. So let's check these off: great image, check; wonderfully composed, check; excellent touch with black and white, check; stepping out of the box from what we "expect" from you, check; great writing to make it personal, check.

Nicely done.

ellen b said...

What a great image for the heading...
Since I don't know who you're missing it also brought to mind a parent waiting, watching for their prodigal to return...

JAM said...

I love this. It's peaceful and dramatic at the same time. Perfect for B&W.

I like the opening in the trees and the road and fence zig-zagging out there.

Ivanhoe said...

My hubby is out on business trip as well. He'll be back tomorrow. You said it a pictured it beautifully. I'm missing mine, too...

photowannabe said...

So tender and poignant. I love the composition and perspective of the shot Anna. The black and white create longing.

christy said...

Aw, that's a great shot! And I'm glad you decided not to be wordless today -- the words made the picture even better!

Jenty said...

Oh wow, I absolutely love the photo!!

Anna said...

Wow this is such a nice photo, I would love to have one of those one day. Anna :)

the teach said...

That's a beautiful shot, Anna! We're clser to this than you and your hubby! :)

John Roberts said...

I'm glad you chose B&W for this one. It just works!

Robin (PENSIEVE) said...

I think had this been in color, the mood would've been totally different. Instead, it's a story wrapped in mystery, waiting to be told.

Secret Agent Mama said...

I know this feeling -- A LOT!