39 thoughts on “Two seasons met

  1. Abe Austin

    I think most people would walk by and think nothing of it. That you saw the poetry in this moment shows how open your mind is to the wonder all around you. Thank you for sharing!

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I deeply believe that we are surrounded by beauty and are sometimes very busy or in a hurry to stop and notice it. It is also easy to see that most of us hold phones in our hands and are passionate about conversation and have no time for anything else.

  2. v. anastasi

    Great capture! You put it so well in the previous response: “we are surrounded by beauty” and yet we’re so busy or moving so fast that we miss it. I wish I could say my students we passionate about conversation via their phones, but any time I see them pop out in class, it’s nothing that profound. We’re going blind and deaf – thank you for keeping our vision sharp! I’ll try to work on the hearing…

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you. I have nothing against new technologies. But to some extent, it begins to replace real communication. After all, you can easily talk to someone on the phone, but not see the reaction to your words. And this is very sad.

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