The bowing & broken tulips plus crushed petal in the tire track bring to mind “Tragedy” by Brandi Carlile.
growing then giving up,
somehow we’re never quite prepared…”
I didn’t even plan to visit the fields, but had on my pink kicks (aka shoes). Thought playing with photos of them would be fun. 🙂
“Once I was a sentimental thing, threw my heart away each spring. Now a spring romance hasn’t got a chance. Promised my first dance to winter. All I’ve got to show’s a splinter for my little fling. Spring this year has got me feeling ….”
Here’s the Ella version. But what I know best is Bette’s version.
It’s such a sad song. But I always think of it when I think of spring. Maybe because I actually give my heart away to spring and am grateful that I can come out of my winter hibernation. I really feel myself wake up as the days get lighter. Don’t get me wrong, I adore evenings spent tucked in creating (spinnning, knitting, sewing, drawing…). But those goofy shows like, Sound of Music, with Maria twirling atop the hills singing to the world… yeah, that’s me in spring. Except you’ll often find me in my garden or capturing the joyful blossoms of spring with my camera.
In fact, that’s what I’d like to share with you. I’ve been on some amazing journeys down photo lane. How am I so lucky that I am finally able to capture the essence of a moment with my camera?