My dear friend, Robin Enright Salcido is a fine photographer, writer and artist. Robin kindly let me use this image she just made, and I added a caption for her. Of the image, she said, “This is one of my favorites because I realized how we are all passing like ghosts through places.” Indeed.
Image © 2018 Robin Enright Salcido
We stumble about as ghosts, clinging to old glories and nagging grudges, bracing against what we fear may come or not, only rarely aware of what is real, glimpsed between blinks of the eye, off in the wispy shadows.
Beautiful image and words. Thank you.
Rich Compton says
That is a stunning photo and your words add even more beauty to it.
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