Door Of Light: A Writer Wednesday Post

February 5th, 2014 | Posted by Irene in Essays

Door of LightDoor Of Light, photo and all text ©Irene O’Garden 2014

A day to be quiet here in the Northeast–a vast, puffy, nearly knee-deep comforter of snow muffling sound, movement, cumbering plans to a halt. Too quiet even to muscle my way to the cabin to record these few words. For today it is the picture that matters. This mysterious door of light recently appeared in my studio and I wanted to invite you through it. It’s always a joy when three dimensions delightfully remind us there are more.

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  • Kurt Rhoads

    snow cheese, a negative image, definitely a doorway. Thanks for sharing! There is a bird feeding frenzy over here.

    • IreneOGarden

      Snow cheese! Ha! Never saw it! Lucky birds…

  • giom

    …the compelling thing for me is that the window feels “blocked’ and not a way out…yet the door which opened it seems luminous…and remains a portal…

    • IreneOGarden

      wonderful distinction, giom–also something I did not see–

  • m. rettman

    I have been in your home often but cant for the life of me figure where this is…. which is part of the point I’d say! The hand of nature creating (seemingly without thought)beauty — surprising and effortless for those like yourself in tune and looking for it.. thanks .

  • Laura shaine Cunningham

    Incandescent- of course! You live surrounded by beauty and you also see it when others might miss…

  • Scott

    I will continue to see the light through the snow, thanks to you.

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