What Is That Bright Stuff?

black cat looking at green leaves
What is that bright stuff on these leaves?

The sun keeps teasing us with colorful sunrises and shines into the east windows so brightly for just long enough for us to get accustomed to it, then the clouds roll over once again, blanketing us in uniform gray. Here, Giuseppe, sitting in the narrow casement at the top of the stairs, absorbs the full force of winter sun through old wavy glass, studying the geranium leaves as if he’s never seen so much detail. Giuseppe can be a little melodramatic now and then.

Aside from handsome Giuseppe being melodramatic, I really liked the simple, colorful composition of this photo.

I also featured this on my daily photo blog, Today, where they photo is nearly twice as big and you can see much more detail.

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2 thoughts on “What Is That Bright Stuff?

  • January 14, 2012 at 9:07 pm
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    Wonderful photograph. Giuseppe’s eyes,
    geranium plant in the January sun. All light
    and magic.

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    • January 14, 2012 at 9:38 pm
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      Did Mlle. get to see it?

      I also posted it on Today, my photo blog, where it’s nearly twice as big and I can see more detail. What a stroke of luck.

      Reply

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