Light on the Wind

Puff of Weed

I was up at the east end of the butcher shop scaffolding when this milkweed down floated slowly by me carried on an unusually gentle breeze.

Outdoors: 62°F/45°F Cloudy, Light Rain, Little Light
Tiny Cottage: 65°F/64°F

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3 Responses to Light on the Wind

  1. David Lloyd Sutton says:

    Millions of years of blind evolution, a species whose gene patterns are distributed almost by brownian motion, and another that can perceive beauty in the photonic reflection of that distribution, can record it, and broadcast it around the planet to share with conspecifics. I like our world. A lot. Great shot, Walter!

  2. Ed says:

    That is one of the most amazing photos I have seen. How did you ever catch it! You must live with your camera in your hand!

  3. Nance says:

    A great shot indeed. And you must have the camera “at hand”, Walter, full-time.

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