Tag Archives: silver

Weekly Photo Challenge: Illumination

It nullifies the night. A photograph may capture a millisecond of natural or man-made light.  A Medieval or Renaissance manuscript may have been burnished with specks of gold, or had pressed upon its elaborate painted designs a curling filigree from nearly … Continue reading

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Gold and Silver Apples

Lately, as I have pondered assorted metal hues, my far-away daughter has been taking photographs steeped in gold. Just as Fields of Gold has a lovely version sung in a female voice; Yeats’ Song of Wandering Aengus (which is in fact a … Continue reading

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A Father’s Day Toast

My electronic inbox overflows with entreaties to make Father’s Day purchases at deep discounts.  Shopping is not on my mind. Even my reliably soothing farm game saddens me with a “Father’s Day Quest” in which a brown-eyed, raven-haired girl pops … Continue reading

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