Dreamy

There’ s something surreal about dreams. Dreams make you feel as though you’re running in molasses, and yelling in jell-o. They’re more about a state of mind, or an emotion, than an actual real fact-based action. Our wake-up state gives our dreams much more sense and clarity than they have. To me, dreams are all about our brains having fun flying within.

A dream is our subconscious flying on auto-pilot going for a joy ride, or a cruise-control journey of the soul.

Tree and rootsThis picture was taken shortly after the sunrise. The marine layer had not yet fully evaporated. The light is washed out by the morning’s misty air. Although the tree is hiding the sun, the rays are begging for attention.

This is something I walk by everyday. I also walk down my dock as the sun rises again and again. Yet, my phone is always in my hand ready to snap and capture another moment into my forever-after.

I hope to never get tired of taking pictures of everything and anything, even if it is part of my daily life.

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wordpress-logo watercovered smallThis week’s photo challenge is DREAMY. What’s your interpretation of dreamy?

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9 thoughts on “Dreamy”

    1. The price to pay… if your dreams (as scary as they may be) bring you stories like the one about Eve then I almost don’t want you to run through molasses. I so loved that story, and miss reading you. More than you could ever imagine! 🙂

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  2. Dreamy is when the light hits that weird gloamy almost twilight color and the perfect background song for a soundtrack is playing and you somehow all of a sudden feel like you’ve become a viewer of your own drive through the valley. A cruise control journey of the soul is such a lovely turn of phrase 🙂

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