Over the fields

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

AREKU Summer landscape photography-1

One Response to “Over the fields

  • Together is the one word I’d use for all of these wonderful pictures. Not only because of reaching branches and other fantastically lovely imagery of being together, it could also be an expression of having it together. To be confident and handle things, be dependable. To me these pictures are filled with both those meanings. They make me feel peaceful. Like warm arms reaching for you, wanting you. Wanting to play with you.

    No wonder I’m turning into a tree-romantic, whatever that is. I love it though! Trees carry a lot of symbolism; life is probably one of the older ones. Not least in our fair Scandinavian land. I always did find comfort among trees when I think about it. Many photos of me as a child have trees in them and I do like to pose my BJDs in or by trees.

    I think I associate tree and wood with artistry and craftsmanship i.e. creating as well as life.

    The first picture is just, wow, stared at it for hours. Don’t worry I won’t lose myself I promise, it was just so transporting. The trees, the light and all that you can imagine in it.

    The second one is also amazing. I like the yellowy light and blue sky, the single tree holding together but reaching out its branches to the sky and even touching the cloud. Life binding us.

    The 3rd one, is so sweet. I like the motion, how the tall grass protects the flowers underneath, comforting and protecting. It really says more than words. Having it all together.

    The next one is so cool. My kind of arty! Beautiful trees composing something else, crawling forward. A touch of surrealism that makes the heart grow fond.

    The 5th, I think it’s a flower family, it’s so cute! They seem to have so much fun too. Yeah, totally Wonderland talking flowers syndrome but I don’t mind that madness one bit. It makes life great and colourful. I see what I truly want to see. Playfulness keeps you young and happy. It can also be growing in many ways.

    Ah, and who wouldn’t look up at the sky after such a bliss and wonder how did it all happen? Or is it meeting high above everyone else. This does say wonder to me. Perhaps because I have that habit of looking up at the sky when I’m really happy, smiling, oh it do happen. Or is it even so good as playing together with smaller ones.

    The last one is very fun. The little tree looks so cute. It seems to be doing that child thing “Hello, wait for me, I wanna play too.” Adorable!

    It’s a story so transforming and lovely, it keeps making me smile. <3

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