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In Between


It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery,
but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between.

Diane Ackerman


In Between


It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery,
but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between.

Diane Ackerman


comments (10)

  • VZ
  • United States
  • 10 Dec 2007, 04:33
Well, because you're not "in between", but at the very edge, you can surely say you live "in mystery" smile
Good to see you back, Suzanne. A month is way too long of a wait, don't you think?
smile Z
Suzanne: You are right, Viktor...a month is a long time. Thank you. Yes, I was at the edge when I took this..and mystery never far away. smile
Stunning shot! (:o)
Suzanne: Thank you, Rosalyn.
Very nice shot. The clouds tones range is great. I like the atmosphere
Suzanne: Thank you, Richard. It was the seagulls that, for me, added to that atmosphere..those clouds too.
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 10 Dec 2007, 14:32
I agree with Viktor, Suzanne. A month away is much too long. And this image is why!
Suzanne: I was catching up on your archive, Ginnie and I each time I do I find you somewhere new. Thank you so much, Ginnie.
  • Paul
  • 10 Dec 2007, 20:08
well you have been away a while but it was worth waiting for smile I like the clouds and the gulls too but it is the golden hue of the sea on the left that almost makes it 2 scenes joined together that makes it for me. The clouds reinforce the feeling of 2 worlds sliding into each other. The perfect title too for this picture because of that
Aaah Suzanne, as always words very very chosen, you know I am always impressed, in ,ove, amazed, by your choice of words for you amazing images.

I truly believe you should do a calendar, no no way better a book. A photo book, a coffee table book, you will give even more people access to your poetry

as for the edge, I once read "if you don't live on the edge you are taking up too much space" if the edge looks like this, why would anyone want to take up too much space...

I love where you taken me to, I close my eyes listen to your words and then look at what you show me, every time I see a different piece of heaven...
  • Kay
  • Wet and rainy Pacific Northwest
  • 13 Dec 2007, 03:01
Ah, Suzanne, you've quoted my very favorite author. And your image here is so beautiful. It fits Diane's words, almost like she wrote it for you!
Suzanne: Thank you so much, Kay. I have been meaning to let you know that you were my introduction to Diane Ackerman. After you mentioned her in a commment you wrote me some time ago, I read every single one of her books including the one written by her husband, Paul West, called Life with Swan, Swan being Diane herself. I completely immersed myself in her world and have to say that she is at the top of my list of favorite people. Thank you so much for that introduction.
A lovely quote and serene image. I appreciate the band of concentrated color at the horizon, and the birds on the wing.
Suzanne: Thank you so very much. This place can be wild sometimes, it's on the windy side of the island... Wishing you the best for the new year.
So beautiful !
I wish you and your family a Merry Xmas and Happy new year - See you in January smile
Suzanne: Merci, Zeb..wishing you a great new year...2008 is just around the corner.
thats one hell of a fine shot Suzanne, well done.
Suzanne: Thank Tim. This is the same place as my feb. 13th post...just a little to the right of the bench. Great spot for photographs and summer sunsets. smile

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