No bad feeling


At first sight a winter photo, but no it isn’t
this is a photo from a very very early morning in the late summer
the morning light create a feeling by affecting the colors
while the water seems colder
because a kayaker just made movement in the water surface.
Is it really possible to tell someone else what one feels..?
(“Anna Karenina” in the famous novel by Leo Tolstoy)
Feelings are rarely rational, our own (hidden) agenda tricking us
the same “delusion” can happen to our nose, eyes and ears
probably the word “objectivity” doesn’t exist
everything is subjective in one way or another.
the inspiration comes from the worth visiting blog “Ese’s Voice
Weekly Shoot & Quote Challenge Theme: “Feel

29 tanker om “No bad feeling

  1. It never occurred to me it would be a winter shot, it’s so warm and peaceful. Loved the way you captured the colors and mood, and “feel” of the season so well. Great shot!

    • #.ese
      Thanks, really appreciates – this morning mood reminds me of how difficult it could be in a way – to “translete” a pic into words because sometimes we need more than eyes to feel reality… 🙂 😉

    • #.paula
      Yeah agree with you – you will never see me call myself objective, I know that I see things from my point of view and so do others too – see things from their point of view… 🙂 😉

      The photo is from the danish city of Randers – the water in front is the river Gudenåen in english The Gods River – actually the only real river in Denmark scientifically speaking – it meets all the requirements to be called a river – all other streams in Denmark does not meet these requirements… 🙂

      Thanks appreciate you like it… 🙂

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