BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Monday, August 24, 2009

The last of Summer




The sunflowers are starting to die, but I caught a few shots while they are still with us. I have the day off and I plan on painting a bit and relaxing a bit. I still have not figured out what life changes I will be making, I keep waiting for an epiphany, but so far nothing :-). Back I go to the drawing board...Have a wonderful week! XOXO

13 comments:

sukipoet said...

"waiting for an ephiphany." Yes! ME too.

Whitemist said...

The last of summer is always sad, but autumn always gets me going, so beautiful for a last filing! The epiphany will come!

Jan said...

I adore sunflowers, Annie, there is just something so special about their glory. May your waiting time be fruitful.... Not an easy time, but one so necessary on the deeper journey...

M.Kate said...

Those sunflowers are beautiful...just like how I imagined them to be, lining the streets..we have them here but no one plant them as much. summer seems to pass so quickly.

kj said...

that view of the road says it all, annie. it's beautiful, and it's heading somewhere.

xoxo

Melanie said...

I'm sure you'll realise that the timing of your revalation happened at the best moment when you look back. In the meantime I know you'll be open to anything life inspires you with.

Ooo word is "nomad"

Harnett-Hargrove said...

I love th quality of these photos. they look as though they were taken with large format poloroid. -Jayne

Suzanne said...

Are they wild sunflowers? I'll bet the birds love them. They're beautiful!

I have a similar feeling about life changes. I feel like I'm floating on a lazy river without direction right now. It's pleasant, just unexpected. I feel like I'm waiting for something and it will be soon, September comes into my mind. So in the meantime I just take care of the moment. It's good to just be for awhile.

Wishing you joy in each moment, Annie.

mermaid said...

The first picture seems to be about the journey along the way and the second picture seems to be about what's up ahead.

May you find that epiphany.

Dawn said...

My summer still has a long life yet. Nice pics!

Renee said...

Yes life changes are usually hard work.

Love to you Annie.

Renee xoxo

Annie said...

I love all your comments! Thanks you and Suzanne, yes these are indeed wild sunflowers! They line the roads everywhere in NM during the Summer and I love them!

robin bird said...

these two images are the soul of new mexico! i love that sky annie! please breath it in for me will you?