A sailboat lying off the coast as a silhouette in the sunset.
For many of us so this scenario seems soothing and non-stressful.
Maybe there is some sort of metaphorical possibility of escape in it..?
Possibly so our imagination or dreams can minimize our stress levels
probably so reversed they can maximize it too ..?
The rules of Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge are:
1) Post a photo (or more) each day for five consecutive days.
2) Attach a story to the photo.
It can be fiction, non-fiction, poetryor nothing more than a short paragraph.
It’s entirely up to you.
3) Nominate another blogger to carry on the challenge.
The nominee is free to accept or decline the invitation.
This is supposed to be al fun and it isn’t at all a command performance.
Challenged my self by the happy and very talented girl behind the blog “Soul’n Spirit“
The excellent norwegian blogger “Cardinal Guzman” is a fantastic creative soul
and with the courage to look for edges and frames with his photos and posts.
Hopefully he will be tempted to catch this line and create his version of this free style ..?
Photo from last summer, a slow moving agricultural vehicle in front of some cars
many drivers think that this only happens to tease them and becomes wildly annoyed.
They don’t see any mischievous in it, only harassment.
“I think stress is related to control – when you’re in charge of your life,
you tend to not care about losing control of things that don’t really matter like traffic jams”
*Marilu Henner – american actress*
With the inspiration from Ailsa and her absolutly worth visting blog
this is my version of the travel theme this week “Mischievous “.
We talk about signs and signals in our daily lives
we all send some actually all the time.
The other day at the airport departure, I would “shoot” the check-in queue
but before I turned to “shoot” their “signals”
I discovered the water-drinking mother and her little daughter
inside the airport’s quick-café – a much more relaxed signal.
Between Liverpool and Stoke-on-Trent, taken this late summer or early autumn.
“My home is my castle” or “My property is my kingdom”
expressions often heard, perhaps especially in the case of residences
as “public opinion” does not describe as aristocratic
but maybe sometimes we attach the public opinion too much weight.
Maybe it isn’t a bad perspective at all
it gives aristocracy a brand new angle
close to the forest fruits, field fruits or sea fruits.
These people seem much less stressed than the rest of us.
Inspirations from the absolutely worth visiting blog of Paula