Suby & Sins House

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JOURNEY THROUGH THE MIST

JOURNEY THROUGH THE MIST

There are times in life when we feel lost in a blanket of fog, not knowing which way to go, when neither the way ahead nor the way back seems a clear path to follow. Those are the times in life we panic, dumb-struck, we wait and wait for a way out, knowing full well it is a futile, fruitless wait.

It is at these points in life we need to strive with the journey ahead, for no matter how bleak the road looks from a distance, one can find the light in the distance only by going through the fog. Sometimes in life we have to make it through the mist to see clearly where we are heading and reach the sunlight at the end of the road ahead.

So thrive on, strive on, go on with the journey, through the mist, the darkness, the shadow of doubt, for somewhere up ahead you will suddenly realise it is in the midst of the mist you can see the clearest.

Words and photography by Sinem

'Ars longa, vita brevis.'

JOURNEY THROUGH THE MIST

JOURNEY THROUGH THE MIST

There are times in life when we feel lost in a blanket of fog, not knowing which way to go, when neither the way ahead nor the way back seems a clear path to follow. Those are the times in life we panic, dumb-struck, we wait and wait for a way out, knowing full well it is a futile, fruitless wait.

It is at these points in life we need to strive with the journey ahead, for no matter how bleak the road looks from a distance, one can find the light in the distance only by going through the fog. Sometimes in life we have to make it through the mist to see clearly where we are heading and reach the sunlight at the end of the road ahead.

So thrive on, strive on, go on with the journey, through the mist, the darkness, the shadow of doubt, for somewhere up ahead you will suddenly realise it is in the midst of the mist you can see the clearest.

Words and photography by Sinem

'Ars longa, vita brevis.'

comments (14)

  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 23 Jan 2007, 05:47
Nice words and matching picture!
It looks like a wall of fog ahead!
Suby & Sinem: It was indeed like a wall of fog that when I left the house to wander about in the countryside at about 6.00 in the morning, I had to pull up on the side of the road and wait for the daylight as I was too frightened to drive on. smile Sinem
  • sk
  • 23 Jan 2007, 06:40
nice misty fog shot
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Asiko, glad you like. Sinem
  • Ellen
  • 23 Jan 2007, 08:20
lovely mysterious shot.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Ellen. Well it did look mysterious covered in mist.
awesome photo.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Chantal. Glad you like. Sinem
Lovely Pic Suby, liking the texture on the ground and the softness of the mist.
Suby & Sinem: Hi Daniel, this is actually Sinem. Yeha it was the texture of the ground and how it contrasted with the soft fluidity of the fog in the distance that drew me into taking this shot. Sinem
interesting pic.I wish you take time and title your shots properly its really not too hard. Expensive pictures dont come in cheap frames.Get my drift?
Suby & Sinem: Title my shots properly? I wish you take the time and read all that is written underneath the shots - titles go with the text which many people don't actually take the time to write. Glad you like the photo though. Sinem
C'est tres magnifique, mes amis
Suby & Sinem: Thank you; glad you like. Sinem
Very pretty. It's interesting how you can actually see where the mist begins nearly 1/2 way up the frame. Now the question is; was the mist rolling in or out?
Suby & Sinem: I am guessing it was rolling out. This was taken around 7.30 in the morning and it was a lot denser earlier. Glad you like. Sinem
Very moody, great shot!
again, that great quality of leading the viewer into the mist...
beautiful beautiful shot!
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 23 Jan 2007, 20:20
The words and matching photo are very powerful, Sinem. I like your work!
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 23 Jan 2007, 22:05
I don't know what pills you're taking, but I want some of them! This is a simply beautiful series.

Nevermind the processing, which is itself worth writing home about and a style all your own, but the compositions too are outstanding. I've recently been hammering the point that as long as you have an eye you can make something out of almost anything. Well here, in this series, you have a simple country walk and look what you've done with it.

Pass the pills girl! Gimme, gimme, gimme!
Wonderful processing!

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