Wednesday, September 02, 2009


This house is on a family owned farm, which my Bear's Mom spent summers on when she was a girl away up in the West Fjords near Isafjordur.



Driving, driving on
No one ahead or behind
A place I could be





No thought of money
Bills or pain, only sky alive
Sea salt fills the air





Here dreams are born wild
Fresh fodder for a new path
A turn up ahead





I beg of you to double click on the pictures if you want to experience them as they should be seen...

17 comments:

javajazz said...

wow.
why cant life
be
as simple
and beautiful
as all this.
oh wait,
it can...
xo

the walking man said...

Where's the glaciers? I thought Iceland was full of ice? I will be the first to admit not all my thoughts are right thoughts. I could do some walking through that space.

Dr.John said...

But where will the turn take you? Where are you going? Where do you want to go?
Great pictures. Great thoughts.

Doug said...

I like the line about dreams born free. Beg to differ with the last line, though. Those pictures should be seen in person.

Anonymous said...

XO good morning XO

weirsdo said...

Double clicking does make them even more amazing.

Tom & Icy said...

Wish I was there.

Lindsey said...

Oh I do always love the pictures from your trips. Beautiful!

DJ Kirkby said...

Wonderful! the photos and the words. My fave is the photo of that cabin. I long to live there.

photowannabe said...

Amazing wide open spaces. I can see how its therapy for the body and soul.

actonbell said...

Awesome.

Mo'a said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! what more can I say...except I agree with Doug, they should be seen in person.
You did a wonderful job of making me homesick with your photos and words.

Minka said...

wow....and I get to live on this gorgeous ground!
It seems you got what you came for.
The Ding Dongs were delicious :)

and guess who is back to blogging...that's right....Me!!!!

Ariel the Thief said...

I love your photos, too. In the end EVERYTHING should be seen in person but soemetimes photos are all we get. Thank you!

lime said...

it really looks like such a ruggedly beautiful place.

Michelle said...

Terry

You're getting spammed on some of your posts. Like here:http://tsduff.blogspot.com/2009/09/rabbit-rabbit.html

There was another one. Can't find it now, but it was one I'd subscribed to. :-\ There's about ten chinese or something links in the replies. THought I should warn you.

roffe said...

Very nice photos..Greetings from Norway.