Transient, imperfect, beautiful
I was quite taken with a post on A New York Magpie's Eye , a blog where there's plenty of room to breathe and where it's tempting to linger and soak up beautiful photography with just the right amount of words.
The author's May 17 post on the Japanese concept of Wabi Sabi often rests in the back of my mind as I look at the world through my point and shoot's eye. I plan to learn more about this lovely aesthetic.
In the meantime, a humble attempt at capturing what strikes me as transient, imperfect, and beautiful . . .
Wood and rust
Golden bark at dawn
Waves and rocks
Gills of a mushroom
Fender of a trailer
Light, leaves, and shadows
And may you experience Wabi Sabi throughout your day.
Images copyright (c) 2009. Kathleen Kimball-Baker