Blue Gramma

a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son

Note: Taken on November 16, 2007 in New Mexico

5 Comments

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5 responses to “Blue Gramma

  1. Love this! Such a simple subject, yet it’s so full of texture and warmth.

  2. Scriptor Obscura

    This is so beautiful! If I didn’t know any better, I would say that it was a stalk of wheat. That is actually what I thought this was when I first saw the photo. Then again, what do I know? This photo almost looks like a letter of the alphabet somehow, with the stalk of grass all curled up that way…But which letter? I can’t decide. It could be P, or D, a backwards C, or even a sort of H. Right now I am leaning towards P. That is what it looks most like to me.

  3. To me this is the spiral of life, with everything else un-noticed and focused only on itself and its own form, it reaches out for other stem-cells to join in its particular purpose fully conscious of its divine destiny. Thank you for this glimpse into the miracle of nature. Love David

  4. So full of sun and warmth, this “spiral of life” (as David Tenn said) – as it goes to seed. It speaks to me of fertility and immortality…. Very beautiful!

  5. Caddo Veil

    This is wildly beautiful, as in of the wild, natural. God bless you all.

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