“Instructions for living a life.
Tell about it.”
― Mary Oliver
Yesterday was a prefect warm and sunny spring day in Central New York.
I live in the country, down a rural road that has little traffic aside from the occasional tractor and day laborer using it as a cut to bigger things, perhaps a town of 200 or more.
There is no town where I live, no there there and that is how I like it, right now.
I lived in Los Angeles before this, another town with no there there but many more people, millions of cars, relentless sunshine and a level of stress that is almost nuclear in its intensity.
Yesterday, the spring breeze was smooth, no nip at all, the clouds were white and fluffy and I meant to sit down and tell you about it as it went along.
But I was too busy.
Living in the moment.
I fell into the day like Alice in Wonderland fell into that great hole of wonder…I got lost, I got macro, I got panoramic…one with the earthy and the sky.
Here are a few photographs that document the day.