Thursday, April 30, 2009

G is also for...

Grey (or Gray)

where lines are drawn
the in between state of light and dark
moving clouds
soft fur and a perfect sweater
areas of the unknown or the undecided
where we are all the same
the spectrum of shades from white to black
signs of wisdom
a place to rest and not be afraid
the moments before twilight
the fog before dawn
click on the photo for the source!

♥ emma


alexandra jane said...

beautiful and inspiring as usual. :)

ABCDErica said...

Oh, my. I love the beginning poem of this. Poem, yes? It is beautiful as well as those pictures. Everyone always steps over this shade and never has time to realize the beauty in it.

efi said...

where is the poem from??? its really really beautiful. and so are the pics following !

RunFree said...

i love this blog so much... so much inspiration!!



thoughtful day said...

your blog is stunningly gorgeous. thank you for linking to me!

Light and Writing said...

Wow! Thank you so much for all of your very sweet words! They keep me going and inspired! I never thought of it as a poem but I suppose it turned into one. Thanks!


Hollyrocks said...

Yep, that's the color I've been seeing a lot of lately. These are gorgeous! My favorites are the flags stretched between the buildings and the kitty feet.

A "cheery" disposition said...

I love the photos. The one of the foggy street is my favorite.

Suzanne : : S.HOPtalk said...

great collection...absolutely gorgeous.

devonrose said...

beautiful images, made me smile:)
thank you!

jules said...

Grey is my favorite color!

Anonymous said...

Oh that's a great collection of pictures!!!!!!!!
Love you blog's so beautiful!

Cindy said...

Hi Emma!
Thanks for your comment on my photos. It's an honor coming from have a great eye for photography! I can't resist adding this...I just read it last night, and now I see your grey/gray I think it needs to be here...

it's from here...p. 61 The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami

"The darkness behind my closed eyelids was like the cloud-covered sky, but the gray was somewhat deeper. Every few minutes, someone would come and paint over the gray with a different-textured gray--one with a touch of gold or green or red. I was impressed with the variety of grays that existed. Human beings were so strange. All you had to do was sit still for ten minutes, and you could see this amazing variety of grays."

Have a wonderful day.

Anonymous said...

Wow a beautiful and poetic blog...I like the consistent color tones.

rose-coloured-rain said...

i have a little surprise on my blog for you :) xo

BarbaraCrochetStudio said...

Thank you, Emma, for calling my creations "the sweetest things". I hope they bring a smile on your face. :)
I love your playlist, your photographs and your blog.
All the best!

Leeya Engel said...

absolutely lovely photos! Thanks for sharing


Cindy said...

I knew I had seen those painted stones before, but ffffound doesn't link it back to where it came from, not that I could see anyway...
here's the original source:
and another link to crocheted stones that you might like, if you haven't already seen them:

Make it Easy said...

ooh yes. grey is one of my ultimate favorite colours! those cat paws are pretty

Cindy said...

I am convinced now that it is impossible to find an email address for you :-), so I am replying here. You are very welcome, I know how important the links are to you, so I feel very comfortable commenting with them here.
I'm so glad you enjoyed the quote from the book, it was amazing to me when I read it, and so it stuck in my mind. I'd love to see how you use it here.