11.16.2008

maine fog in summertime

Erin Curry art- Haystack polaroid rooflineErin Curry art- Haystack polaroid spruce pine blurErin Curry art- Haystack polaroid fog waterErin Curry art- Haystack polaroid water's edge

5 comments:

kirsten said...

how i LOVE these.
esp that 3rd one...
minimalism at it's absolute pinnacle. :)

Erin said...

kirsten thank you, that third one is a favorite of mine too, it's nice to think there is the void of the sea beyond it.

Ritva said...

a place for mind to rest...

mansuetude said...

;ove these, (yes, that is a new way of saying Love) it breathes for the fog to enter! How are you doing...

Marjojo said...

These are beautiful, because there is a sense that a lot of what we see is under or just above water. The gable looms like a ship's prow, the fir trees are ghostly and out of their element, in the third one sea and sky are without horizon, and the last one has a fairy-tale feel, where a landscape, a village, disappears under water, only to reappear for a day 100 years later, with those mossy stepping stones the last way in before it's all gone. My skin now feels cold and clammy, as if I'd been out there myself.

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