Skipping through time

Some may view me as a ne’er-do-well and a lay-about. That’s only fair, since I often view said folk as having generally lost the plot. Either way, I have most definitely mastered laying about, though I am not so efficient at ne’er do welling. This basically means I have a LOT of time on my hands.

In order to limit my collection of nefarious deeds, I keep myself busy creating and such. Hence my vast collection of blogs. However recently, my staff of muses decided to take an extended vacation. Fortunately, I still am but a novice ne’er-do-well (mostly from a lack of funds from being a master lay-about), so all I really do is twiddle my thumbs or brood when I am not laying about. I am not sure if the muses left because of my lack of motivation, or visa versa. In either case, the vast collection has gone seriously wanting (especially THIS blog).

Guess it’s time to change that. Hoping to bring the muses back home (or maybe they snuck in without me even noticing), I am once again taking up the pencomputer, hopefully on a regular basis. What better way to reignite the creativity then a prompt from the 100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups? And we are off …

This week’s prompt:

…looking back, I remember…

Time is the ultimate photo editor.

Images from the past are lightened by a filter called Memory,

Images of the future are enhanced by a filter called Hope.

The clearest images are the RAW photos, known as Now.

Looking back, I remember simpler times, times of change, times of happiness and sorrow.

Lessons to be learned and remembered.

Looking forward, I see turbulence to be overcome and dreams made real.

Moments to be created.

But looking here, I see life in all its glory.

The quality of the photo is only determined by perspective.

Enjoy the slideshow. Each is unique.

6 thoughts on “Skipping through time

  1. Hello You! How fabulous to see you back.
    I love your take on the prompt as always. We never think of what a photo is truly giving.
    Hope you visit 100wcgu again!

    • Thank you! It’s good to be back. Hopefully I will make it a regular habit again. I need to keep exercising my creative muscles!


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