WPC: Landscape

March 31, 2016 spring 005


“Love makes you see a place differently,

just as you hold differently an object

that belongs to someone you love.

If you know one landscape well,

you will look at all other landscapes differently.

And if you learn to love one place,

sometimes you can also learn to love another.”


Anne Michaels


March 31, 2016 spring 011



“Where you come from is gone,

where you thought you were going to was never there,

and where you are is no good

unless you can get away from it.

Where is there a place for you to be?

No place… Nothing outside you can give you any place…

In yourself right now is all the place you’ve got.”


Flannery O’Connor


March 31, 2016 spring 018


For the Daily Post’s

One Word Photo Challenge: Landscape

Photos by Woodland Gnome 2016

Sandy Bay, Jamestown Virginia


November 30 Parkway 013~

“When the image is new, the world is new.”


Gaston Bachelard


About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

8 responses to “WPC: Landscape

  1. Lovely scenes, I esp. like the white dogwood floating in the forest!

  2. Flannery O’Conner is one of my faves.

  3. Pingback: Landscape (Lasithi Plateau Crete) | What's (in) the picture?

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