A Mid-Winter Sunday Morning In The Park

“Many people don’t realize that it’s in what you think are the limitations of a certain form that you can often find your own rhythm and space.”

~ Isabelle Huppert

Sunday was one of those monotone, nondescript days that was neither lovely nor lousy.  Not too cold.  Not too wet.  Not too bleak.  

I had almost no energy.  Whether it was because of the weather or because we ran around all day on Saturday, I don’t know.   Doesn’t matter because I had no pep.  

But I thought that we really should do something, so I talked the hubster into going to a city park that we hadn’t been to in years.  I remembered that it was flat, paved and had decent parking.  

At first I wasn’t going to take my camera with me thinking that without vibrant color outside there’d be nothing to take a picture of.  But then I realized that taking photos on a winter day that offered neither sunshine nor snow would be a fun challenge, so the camera came with us.  Just in case I saw something I wanted to photograph.

Here’s what I saw…

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Ally Bean

Observant. Humorous. Adaptable. Charmingly cynical. Midwestern by chance. Kindhearted by choice. Fond of words.

19 thoughts on “A Mid-Winter Sunday Morning In The Park”

    1. Zen-Den, you are sweet. I think that you are conveniently forgetting how tired I was as we trudged along those paths. Not the peppiest walk that we’ve ever taken…


    1. robin, thanks. It is always interesting to me to see which photos elicit responses. The ones I like the best are often the ones no one cares about. Make no assumptions, eh?


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