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Post Cards from Paradise #2

Grey upon Grey,
but then
from nowhere,
slipping in unannounced
Glory upon Glory!
'An Appearance' 
Streaming Sunlight
shining on my canvas wall
I had to paint ...
I became intoxicated!

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Annie said…
I'm intoxicated right along with you, Sue. Some words are so illustrative. They look, they sound, they feel exactly what they mean. Intoxication is one of those words no matter how or in what context you use it. There can never be any doubt when using the word intoxicated.
rebecca said…
one day i would love to join your shadow on any wall, any where, your continent or mine.
imagine!
thank you for this chance to walk in peace and offer beauty.

love to you foxy sue!
These photos are glorious, Sue! From grey to glory! I adore the image of gauze swirling around the stemware with the stream of golden light--sheer heaven! A blessed Sunday, Margaret
Noelle Renee said…
This series of photos is many-layered Sue Dear.
There is your own silhouette downcast with your lovely hair drawn back, then looking upward as the sunlight begins to stream through the room, the gauzy lace, the raising of the "chalice" in an almost sacred moment of color and all is silhouette, the wall being your canvas. It is really quite an astonishing series of photographs. Thank you for sharing such beauty and soulful depth with us today.
Loving you,
Noelle
Carola Bartz said…
Oh my gosh, Sue. This is amazing!!! You always surprise me with your gorgeous and unique photos.
Paula Scott said…
Incredibly intoxicating! And, titillating!
deb did it said…
Sue, this is so lovely...like sliding along velvet....a truly intoxicating post. Thank you
Redondowriter said…
The shadow and golds are intoxicating. Thanks for sharing.

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