Photo Prayer 2020-20 -- Green Blanket

  Today’s photography assignment is to keep your camera ready and, as the day progresses, to watch for the appearance of a scene worth preserving, something that strikes you as profound, possibly of vast import to the nation, something like a red wheel barrow beside white chickens or the folds of a green blanket draped over an orange chair. The universe wants and deserves your attention. It loves to show off in front of an appreciative audience, you in particular. What will it reveal to you today? Don’t miss it! And, if you are quick enough, if you have kept your camera close at hand, preserve it in pixels.

Photo of a green blanket on an orange chair; with references to poems by William Carlos Williams.
Photo and text copyright 2020 by Danny N. Schweers.

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Anne wrote:
Danny... the green blanket looks great on the chair and the sunlight brings out the gold color of the chair. Anne

Deacon Dottie wrote:
Great contrast!!!

Francis wrote:
Thank you, Danny! Great reminder to be intentional and attentive!

David wrote:
I didn't appreciate WCW on college. But I've become a bit more appreciative since. Where there's life there’s hope.

Roman wrote:
Love the color palette, and natural window light is beautiful.

ElSteff wrote:
Love this and the assignment.

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