a hierarchy…


of solace,

intentions bereft

of the rightful consideration

of Murphy’s Law

a funny thing happened as I was reading by the river…the sunset decided to be amazing so I lifted my phone, got distracted by the changing view, inadvertently hit the reverse camera buttonΒ AND another button I didn’t know activated the camera, all in a matter of seconds. What’s important here is that the end product looks thoughtful.

31 thoughts on “a hierarchy…

  1. This is so awesome! You can see the sunset in your glasses. I LOVE it. And the sunset. My favorite. Love sunsets so much. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!


    • Thank you so much! I am so glad you like it. I love photography. And I’m so glad you noticed the reflection in the glass…it was so funny how that photo even came about in the first place, and I love that it’s instantly connected visually with what I was actually trying to do hahaha
      Thank you for visiting!

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      • My pleasure, Vanessa. Yes, looks like. I’ve found you have to be careful with emojis after a pink-iced donut/chocolate-iced donut debacle (the emojis, no actual donut debacles). They can be rendered differently on different apps and systems. I might move to monkeys when I tire of cats. 🐡

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        • haha that’s funny…I was going to use the pink donut, just because we had been to the local field days the day before and the air was filled with spring carnival…then I did actually think better of it for those reasons. You have confirmed my suspicions lol. Thank you!

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