Sunday, March 28, 2010

"This day was gray, with heavy portents of rain"



"This day was gray, with heavy portents of rain" - Procedure in Plain Air by Jonathan Lethem

8 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

Ugh rain ... I've had enough of it for a while ... give me sunshine (at least until the garden needs watering).

I like the shot though :-)

kobico said...

I like the way the patterns on the wall sort of echo tree shapes.

Serge Cornillet said...

I don't like rainy days,cause I can't take pictures, I need sun to be efficient...;D
The tree seems excatly, to be a shadow.
Bye,
Serge

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeth, Serge: me, too. I came back from Switzerland and everything was fine - spring, sun, blue sky, warmth ... then we had a kind of tornado and temperatures dropped and the rain starts. Duh. I always totally lack of enthusiasm to go out and take photos on these rainy gray days.

kobico, jaa, the patterns caught my eye - I could stand in front of these kind of walls and look and look and look and ....

Clueless in Boston said...

Great lines on and in front of the wall. The quote certainly pertains to Boston this month of March. It started with rain, continued with rain, and ends with rain. I think it is going to be the wettest, rainiest March on record.

Martina said...

CiB - sounds like Mainz from November to March :-S - did you grow webbings already? >.->

AB said...

Interesting pattern behind the tree

Martina said...

AB, I liked the pattern very much. This building is around 400 years old - seems like every layer of paint and plaster is shining through, mixed with watery patches (it was snowing).

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