Crusty Carpe asked us to let him know which picture on Seamless Pictures was our favorite. It was a hard choice. I feel like I would like to study them a little longer. It would be nice to have a picture right next to the computer that I could rotate out on a daily basis. I suspect that many of the pictures have depth of meaning as well as perspective. Take the one of the man painting a picture that blocks out the people's heads. Instead of heads we see above the judge a court of law and a library above the librarian, and so on.I also like this one of the children who are in one sense part of the neighborhood and in another, swinging way up over the rooftops. The girl reminds me on myself right now, with school about to start again, pumping for all she's worth to get the last bit of joy from her summer (or her childhood).
It also reminds me of my grandchildren. Jeff being observant and reflective, trying to figure it all out, to see the layout of the streets, the construction of the houses, and looking for a big truck, wondering how it will seem to him from way up here. And Megan feeling the thrill of the height, the power of her own body, marveling at the rush of the wind, grasping for every ounce of joy in the moment.And how about that fence? What's it's meaning?