Weekly Photo Challenge: THROUGH

A river runs THROUGH it —

A miniature stream, cutting through a meadow of moss in a Japanese garden in Maine —

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Gardens, Japan, Nature, Photography and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

29 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: THROUGH

  1. Meg says:

    There are many things that “run though”.

    This is the Mexican side of the border fence separating Nogales, Arizona from Nogales, Sonora.

    http://www.visualarttoday.com/Exhibitions/AlfredQuiroz/index.html

    The artists are unknown.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Many things that run through — or DON’T run through — like the wall shown in your link, Meg. Its intention: to block getting through.
      Very poignant, the giant size milagros by the unknown artist/s, hanging on it —
      Milagros usually are attached to a statue in a church in thanksgiving for a miracle; these milagros have a rather different meaning!
      Thanks so much for deepening the discourse.

  2. suitablefish says:

    how pretty. I love that fluffy green.

  3. jfb57 says:

    Now that’s a great take on the theme!

  4. so much life in one small space.

  5. Patti Kuche says:

    That moss looks lush, how lovely and cool for you in the summer!

  6. Funny. I call my basement “a river runs through it.” It’s a 100-year-old dirt floor basement set on a rock outcrop. Thankfully, on an incline. When it rains the water runs from the east end of the cellar down to the west and out again. It never stays long, but leaves a “river bed” in its wake. Ahh..the “joys” of an old house. : )

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Your house sounds amazing! I think to own an old house you have to have many special attributes, like patience, and fortitude, and a sense of humor! (Well, I know you’ve got the last one!)

  7. pauline says:

    When you can walk through the door of imagination into the picture itself, you know you’ve got a good photo!

  8. Arindam says:

    Beautiful photo. Great take on this week’s theme. Like it a lot.

  9. Great capture and interpretation.

I love comments! Thanks for coming by and visiting ---

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s