17 thoughts on “What’s a Wrecked Biker / Photographer to Do?

  1. You just can’t help yourself, huh? 😉 But it’s such a healthy sign that you can’t stop being an artist no matter how banged up you are. Even if Life takes away your ride for the moment, you are still resiliently YOU.

  2. You know LB for people who do not know about the unfortunate accident you had I could only imagine what they are thinking. They must be saying boy oh boy she’s always in bed, she must be having a great time. 😀 😀 😀

    • Thanks Heather! Today … I even stepped out on the patio and took a macro of a leaf! Felt great to be outside after 2 weeks in the house!

  3. I am sure you will, your photos remind me of what I’ve been doing with my new camera, but I haven’t had a chance to really get out with it, your photos are better than mine though.

  4. Your lovely photo’s are both quiet and serene, as I hope you are too. I especially like the silhouette of the plant behind the drape. It feels like there’s something fantastic out there to be found by just drawing back the drape and letting the sun flow in. Somehow metaphoric. I’m hoping there’s an abundance of sun in the forecast for you soon LB, you’ve been so brave. I so proud of you for using your camera and sharing with us. BIG hugs! xK

    • You know, I’d had a bad evening just the night before, and I really needed some rest. I spent the whole darn day that I took these, laying in bed. And after I took that one of the plant behind the drape, I did get up and pull it back to let the sun in, and I began to feel better. It was indeed metaphoric. YOU are a treasure!

Because Boomdee dared me: Lay a little sugar on me :-)

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