Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Inside of Autumn

The weather has cleared, and the skies blue again. Rain is somewhat of an anomaly in the high desert. I stepped out this morning to look things over. When I shot the water dripping from the roof onto the patio I mentally flashed on an M. C. Escher poster I own called "Puddle."

Escher, the Dutch graphic artist, is most famous for his so-called impossible constructions.

Most folks recognize his work. The official website states that "Escher shows us that reality is wondrous, comprehensible and fascinating." 

Back in my own fascinating world, the rain barrel is now full to overflowing, and I have to move on to my own "impossible constructions" for the day, and a little bailing, since I've gotten behind on things.

 It's been cozy bringing out the afghans and sweaters for the season, and seeing Autumn from the inside out for a moment. Maybe now I'm ready for a little more of that wondrous reality.
I hope you are too!
Ciao! for now!



Cozy Little House said...

Your photography always inspires me! I love water, love photographing water, listening to water. And I sure do wish it would rain here!

Salmagundi said...

Wonderful pictures! I'm ready for autumn and another season of our beautiful life! Sally

Bella said...

Hi J,
That first shot is amazing!! Love Love it!! I have always been an Escher fan too :-)
Have a great day ...

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