Monday, May 12, 2008


Same sunrise, different exposure.

Loss throws us into a strange space, unpredictable and remote. The blown blossoms, clustering along the sidewalk, seem very important today. Deadlines, dinner, plans for next month: they don't matter at all.


Anonymous said...

So sorry for the loss of your friend in such a tragic way...your photos speak volumes on how you feel and how much you care. Have a good couple of cries, feel sorrow because you know the next day and the next will still happen. Remember the wonderful things abouty our friend and it will become all right again. Louise

Anonymous said...

Linda...I am so sorry for your loss of a good friend to such a tragic accident. Something like this really puts things into prespective and you will need time to sit back and reflect. Remember your friend they way you loved her and she'll always be there for you.
Heal from your loss, create a piece of work dedicated to her life and enjoy the results. Louise

Vivien said...

Oh Linda, I am so sorry for your loss. Hopefully cherished memories of your friend will help you through your grief. My thoughts are with you and your friend's family.