Monday, February 05, 2007

Interior work

Tulip interior, Anherst, NH, February 2007, HP Photosmart R817, Exposure 1/100 sec @ f2.8, ISO 200, no flash © Steven Crisp [Click on the photo to enlarge]

Our neighbors brought some tulips when they came over for dinner. Very thoughtful. But then, we're blessed with great neighbors.

Tulips can look so different on the surface, than when you look deep inside. Or if you see them only from afar, rather than getting up close and personal. Just like people, it would seem.

Whatever the exteriors might show, look inside for the explosion of color. Deep indigos blend with violet and then a star of white erupts with yellows and blues. And not just colors, but contours and textures and smells. The fullness and the multi-dimensionality. The blending of each shade and hue. The complexity and the simplicity and the miraculous are all found inside.

The interior is worth our time. Don't waste your passing glances on the exterior. Saddle on up and plumb the depths.

Need some help? Finding that a little intrusive? Come on, have another glass of wine. We have all night.

2 comments:

"James" said...

Wow!! Synchronicity indeed!!! How cool. :) Interconnection is so beautiful and awe inspiring.

Steven Crisp said...

Yes, I thought so too. Will have to periodically check your blog and see what else manifests.