There is a crack in everything,
that’s how the light gets in…
Thank you, Cindy, I absolutely adore that Caribbean blue coming through the snow.
Perfect pairing of words for the cool blue images!
Thanks, Kat. Most of us may have the winter blues, but this blue is cool🙂
You know how I love cracks!!! These are beautiful and so amazing!
You “crack” me up, Glenda.🙂
Leonard Cohen certainly did that…keep listening to his songs over and over.
Lovely pics and quote!
Thank you, Kelly. Are you familiar with Leonard Cohen’s songs?
No, I just looked him up and got directed to a site of his top 10 songs, number one was Hallelujah – love that song!
That is a beautiful song and I love singing along.
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Winter blues at their best🙂
Beautiful series. The way the temps are right now, another extreme temperature advisory today, I just don’t want any heat escaping through the crack. 😀
Got you – must conserve what we’ve got inside.
Love blue ice. The last time I saw it up close it was frozen over my gutters. Thanks for Leonard Cohen quote. I’m always surprised when I dig out my old vinyl folk artists and my husband knows who they are. He’s nine years younger and was raised in a blink and you missed it, Bible belt town. I grew up in Chicago and my hippie days were spent in Old Town. Now we both live in a blink and you’ve missed in part of the country where most people think we’re both weird old hippies.🙂
I never get bored listening to Leonard Cohen. His lyrics are so poetic and yet so politically astute.
Well, I love cobalt and I see a hint of it in these cool pics;) Sorry I’ve been absent so long.
Hi Kristin, I was just thinking about you today and wanting to visit your site to see what you are up to. Telepathy?
Beautiful blues. And L. Cohen
Beautiful blues. And one of my favorite L. Cohen quotes.
Mine, too🙂 Thank you, Icelandica. Glad to hear you are a fellow Cohen fan.
I never get tired of him. I listen to him over and over again.
Are you my twin-sister?
that’s possible… I saw him in concert a year or two ago. I will never get over it. He was 78 and performed 3 hours 45 min. without any sign of flagging. It was such an intense and mesmerizing experience. I felt so full afterwards. You know when viewing an artistic event can make you feel so rich?
Oh, I am so envious. I’ve never seen him live. Where was this?
Wallingford, Connecticut, of all places. He played his heart out for us.
These photographs are beautiful. They have a deeper meaning for me as I am experiencing a seismic shift in my life right now. Cracks. Breaking. Opening up. Becoming.
So happy that it resonates with you, Folami. Breaking open can be painful and scary – but that light coming through is magic, isn’t it?!
Beautiful blues AND one of my favourite Leonard songs. Saw him do it live in London, Ontario a few years ago. The Labatt stadium was full – from babes to ninety year olds.
He has a very broad appeal. I’ve never been lucky enough to see him perform live.
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