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Leave it up to a cat to stop and admire beauty! Thanks for sharing!
– Marie (Coming Out of the Trees)
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I love that even the cat knows its Wordless Wednesday!
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I was just about to say, is that a cat in the foreground? This picture is like the meeting of two worlds. The foreground being a dark and mysterious world and the background being a light and open world. I wonder what sorts of magical happenings occur at this juncture.
thanks for the comments, marie, cindy and nancy!
cindy, your take on it is just like mine. the dark looking out into the light, the light shining upon the dark. what do they tell each other?
Based on the calmness of the water, I think that the creatures will meet each other under peaceful terms. What will they tell each other? I think they’ll talk ask each other about what life is like on their “side” of the world.
an entrancing peace! the balance is unique…a bit precious perhaps.
‘what do they tell each other?’
I’m reminded of Heraclitus:
“Nature is wont to hide herself.”
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That is fantastic.I loved in it.This cat looks so much majestic as the willow.
This cat is shown in some kind of mistery which is made it impressive.That is so beautiful picture.
This is stunning, as all agree. I’ve used zenera’s work in my blog and have always been dazzled by the effects she is able to capture.
Thanks for this find.
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oh, how cool that you’ve used zenera’s work before, too! i have, as well, here https://www.moritherapy.org/article/wordless-wednesday-on-a-thursday/
i’ll email her to let her know about all her admirers 🙂
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