yes well we can only know a bit about our own part of reality so let’s hope that keeps pretty solid. Liked the rusty comments -watch out for tetanus everyone with those cracks that appear now and then. Think I’m in trouble already as one doesn’t “qualify” for a tetanus vaccination after hitting 75.
So “rusty edges” keep away!
Hi Olga, I took the Crack into the World photo las week – the one in last weeks random photos I liked a bit better as you could see a glimpse o vibrant life through the crack – but I like this one too. They are in an old metal milk or cream churn that I have in my garden, and they just struck me as being interesting. When I am feeling philosophical those cracks can also tell a very relevant story about the world. I love the orange carnival glass, an I was luky enough to find this piece many years ago at an antique shop. My Mum has a small bowl in the exact style and colour as this which I have always admired.
Concerning the crack, that’s what I thought it was– the camera looking through a rusted-out section of something metal. The layers of meaning in the image are captivating. A story in a crack. Thanks for explaining. Cheers. Merry Christmas .
Of course I love the crack – I loved last week’s too but the pleasure of those beautiful flowers blooming when we are facing the shortest day and little in the way of vibrant natural colour is a gift that I must thank you for!