Riverstones and Sunroots


















These photos were taken when Carou stayed here in January, down at the riverbanks.
Everytime I stand and see and feel the sunlight on these weather-softened roots and branches, the one-of-a-kind pebbles, the grass bowing to the wind, the clear water of my river, I feel something very much alike to awe. It’s a silent, almost serene feeling that I tend to get in museums and similar places, too, but it’s strongest when I stand ashore, or in a glade, or on a field, and just feel the beauty of it where other see another grey place in winter, or another spot to have their barbecue at, or just some boring place where a girl stands and just stares at the stones, and the grass, and the sand, and the roots and mushrooms.


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