Here and There, finding time to be Still

This week, Paula challenged us with Here and There, and Ailsa has requested we show Stillness, so here are a couple of images to hit both themes in one:

Firstly, in this one, the lady clearly can’t be on the ship and at the horizon at the same time, and this, I think, demonstrates stillness very nicely:

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This next image demonstrates Here and There OK, and I would prefer to be in the comfort of my cabin rather than at the docks…or maybe not, I could get some nice images of decrepitude out there! Perhaps not such  a good candidate for Stillness:

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More Stillness here, and more Here and There here.

 

 

 

47 comments

  1. Beautiful interpretation,of both challenges!

  2. Very well combined, Sue.

  3. Stillness, being in the moment. Beautiful images, Susan.

  4. Nice interpretation Sue.

  5. You got them both nicely, Sue.
    I have never been on a cruise. I get seasick on a cross-channel ferry.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. Really wonderful interpretation of both challenges, Sue. 🙂

  7. Very nicely done Sue!

  8. Is she playing the piano, Sue? I absolutely adore that first shot. If only it were me! (no, I don’t play 😦 )

  9. Here are lovely! I especially like the first image.

  10. Oops I meant to say “these” are lovely!

  11. Nicely done, Sue. And beautiful photos.

  12. perfect!- and the second is a story!

  13. Pingback: Thursday’s Special: Here and There | Lost in Translation

  14. I so like the contrast in the second… the rough industry in juxtaposition with the stillness of shadows.

  15. Well done in combining the two themes. I agree with Björn Rudberg, the second is my favourite. And it’s definitely a different kind of stillness.

  16. Good interpretation Sue, being here and looking there

  17. Sue

    I did, thank you…Warsaw with Vivi (of my Guilty Pleasures blog), and met Meg too! Now back to reality, and Brexit…

  18. Beautiful photographs, and the thought.

  19. I can hear the stillness in your images.

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