Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.


I have a tendency to look up trees and see what I can find. This tree is in St David's Park. Have I found anything of note?

Apologies for the brevity of late, but it's National Drug Strategy time of year, and I'm whirling like a dervish to get the bugger done.

8 comments:

Magpie said...

What a great shot. I love to do this also...look up into the trees and take pictures. Yours is much better than any of mine.

ArtSparker said...

Another blogger had a post about standing in the world and taking a stand - so I'd argue that "standing for" something is not the answer, that is, there are some that cling rigidly to priniciples as a way of excluding present realities. I'm not talking about exigency, I'm talking about being able to be aware.

The photograph is gorgeous.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

breathtaking perspective!

Roddy said...

I look up into your tree and I see...FIREWOOD! Beautiful, beautiful firewood.
I know, I'm sick.

Kris said...

Magpie, like minds!

Kris said...

ArtS, some principles (e.g. integrity, honesty, self-reflection) are work being inflexible about.

Kris said...

Mouse, thanks!

Kris said...

Roddy, I see woodchips.