Monday, October 19, 2015

Wave, B/W photo


Konica TC, 50mm 1,7


Russ said...

Beautiful shot. I love the extreme contrast of the brightness of the sun on the water at the top of the image and the dark wave at the bottom. Aren't landscape abstracts fun?!

BTW, aren't we about due for another photo contest?

Eolake Stobblehouse said...

Thank you.
(This image won Gold in a Danish national exhibition.)

A contest would be fun, but I need to get a bit more energy first.

Russ said...

>(This image won Gold in a Danish national exhibition.)

Congrats, well deserved!

Joe Dick said...

Now that you're retired we should expect to see some new stuff soon? I know you've had health problems...

Eolake Stobblehouse said...

I wish, but: Not much, not soon.
Thanks for asking Joe, that's nice.

Cronic Fatique Syndrome limits strictly what one can do. For a while now,
I am lucky if can get a couple of minor mundane tasks done in a day.
Anything really creative or Fun, not for a while.
The bitch about it is is that if you push your limits, which is of course what one
and everybody thinks one should just do, one gets a Crash. The day after, or
whenever, things gets much worse, the pain, the anxiety, the exhaustion. It can
be very painful, and sometimes it can last weeks.

Medicine men don't know *anything* about it, and have found no cures. (One may find
medication which can make it bareable.) I think one has to find one's way out
individually, that it's a spiritual road, though worldly means may help too.
People have overcome it. How long it takes for each, Lord knows.