I imagine structions are rated on a danger-scale from A through D. An A is precautionary for 'in the unlikely event', but be aware something can go wrong. A B denotes a strong likelihood of minor injury or inconvenience. C, you can really get hurt. D, there's no hope at all. O? Well, that's a…
... from searching a well-trodden path for novel things. Hard packed ground can conceal many treasures. -- Pam L, 2018
Some people think I miss the world by viewing it through my camera lens. I disagree. Rather, through my lens I become very intimate with the world. And I capture wonderful moments as in the photo below. See also, Narrowboat in the Spring
I took these photos whilst pointing my lens out the window of a narrowboat on an English canal, first one way and then the other. (You can see the change in direction of the wake.) We’d travelled a short distance between shots, but even so the difference in colour from one direction to the other…
Dinner for one. Photo and painting by Pam. 2019. See also: A Community of Sufferers*
But for the use of the zoom lens, I've made no adjustments to this photo. Some mornings just are this grey. Dull, heavy, wet. I'd have missed this remarkable view had I let these things deter me from a walk. Some grey morning.
NUANCE takes more time than most of us allow ourselves to see.