Sunday Photo Meditations

I found all the photos in this post on the Internet, and I want to post them here because they inspire me. I didn’t take any of them, but for a variety of reasons the people who did are not noted here. I figured I’d get that out there up front.

Grab a cuppa, take a look and let me know in the comments which ones are your favorites, and why.

10 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Meditations

  1. Photo #6 of the little studio/house and the redwood deck facing the sunset, without a doubt. I can’t imagine feeling anything but peaceful if I was sitting there and watching the sun go down. It looks like it’s a great place to be alone and introverted, spend some one-on-one time with a loved one, or have an evening of coctails with a group of friends.

    That house is perfect for any vibe, anytime.

    • I could LIVE in that one room. Yeah, it looks like it could have a lot of functions. I like to fantasize that it’s facing the sea. Shocking, I know.

  2. Oh my favorite photo is the luggage tables because to me they are Grandmom Antinette, Aunt Julie & Uncle Phil, TWA & Pall Malls (for some odd reason) and my first trip without my parents when I was like 10 or something, riding up to Massachusetts with Aunt Dot & Uncle Charlie in the back seat (if you could call it that) of her yellow Thunderbird and also reminds me of my 1st airplane ride from NJ to Massachusetts with my new luggage pieces one of which was a makeup case. Oh yes, I was all that….
    Second favorite is the sleeper under the world map.. She must know Rob McClung…

  3. You know, when you pick up and move from your comfort zone, (like we both did) one of the phrases used most is ‘Don’t worry. We’ll figure it out’. And sometimes when things just get sooooo difficult it is important to just remember that… to take the time to stop and realize all that has been learned, accomplished, over come, conquered, vanquished and everything else. And of course a little sunshine doesn’t hurt. So even though those two are plunging towards the sun, hey, it’s warm, not raining and the sun is shining.

  4. The sunset house with deck… no the Polynesian hut on stilts… wait, I like the luggage stools too. And the woman sleeping beneath the world map (I tried painting a world atlas on my living room wall once. Not. A. Good. Idea.

    I think the sea-facing studio with redwood deck wins. Because I like to fantasize living there.
    And who says affording to live in THAT heaven, would exclude vacationing in Polynesia?

  5. I love the first one and I think it would go well with a post I’ve written but don’t want to use it without crediting it to the author. Could you let me know who took the photo?

  6. Can we combine #6 redwood deck with #7’s water? Please? Or at least tell me where I could find these amazing spots to fantasize about trips to stay there? I could look at the water on #7 all day and all night long….

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