Sunday, May 16, 2010

Ansel Adams, Spring and My New Eyes

 "An Ansel Adams photograph is a jaw drop of eye, soul and mind."   My jaw drops as Spring fills my eye, soul and mind.    As my eyes have improved due to vision therapy, I can see the march of the Spring.  First, the advance team of crocuses and snow drops creep through the winter snow. Then, waves of daffodils put on their .... Next, the tulips and hyacinth...,  The bradford pear and dogwood trees ...and then the rest of the trees dress in their leaves.

What happens as the trees start to blossom and bloom is as vivid to me as this picture is to the average viewer with normal sight.


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