Sunday, 23 March 2008

A side-long glance - an Easter greeting - # 08/54

From a closed room we look out, glimpsing the outside, a wider world, a multitude of new paths, a fresh start, a world of spiritual growth instead of a static state. The blinds are raised.

Easter wishes to all of you.

Camera: Olympus C7070 WZ


  1. And you've had no snow. Roll on to springtime and lighter nights and more photography.

  2. Oh - I've come over all optimistic and hopeful-like.
    I know that is how we are supposed to view Easter - but I'd forgotten!
    Strange, out of all the thousands of Easter images I've seen on the web and tele and in the shops, that it should be this photo and these words, that have reminded me.

  3. And a happy Easter to you, too. I still can't remember inviting you, though

  4. That reminds me - I need to get started on the spring cleaning.

  5. Next step is to go out and "enjoy" the Easter weather!

  6. Outside is green grass of what looks like summer already. I hope you have a nice week to match your very nice photo.

    Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

  7. What a lovely way to talk about Easter and the future. Too right, Chuckeroon. I love your words.

    Had to laugh at Richard's comment - just what I've been doing.