Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Tunnel Vision

What do  you see??? I took this shot on a recent road trip .  I thought it was very thought provoking .  I would love to hear your  thoughts???

14 comments:

Doreen said...

It seems like I'm visiting my gynecologist.

Michelle said...

Light at the end of the tunnel. Finding the bright side.

Jingle said...

This is a really great shot! It carries you in to a mysterious place! It's kinda like Alice's rabbit hole1 I love it!

Terri Kahrs said...

I'm not sure if I'm looking straight ahead or straight down an elevator shaft. V-e-r-y unsettling, but an awesome capture! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Angela Recada said...

Fabulous shot! The way I feel right now, I sure hope it's the light at the end of a very loooong tunnel.

Paula McNamee said...

It looks like a shaft of some sort with a golden treasure at the bottom. Hope you've had a good summer. I enjoyed your garden remake photos.

whymsicalmusings said...

It is like walking into an unknown path. The wall on the right is a diffrent color almost a warm color. Maybe that is what I am seeing because it is kind of a FALL COLOR!!!! I can't believe it is finally on it's way!
XXXOOO

Shirley said...

It's a painting to me. Look at that rosey wall on the right set against the rich organic palette..great shot! Thank you Julie for your kind visit and words at my blog!!

jone hallmark said...

Oh My God!
I have no words.....

xo

In the Light of the Moon said...

The unknown..scary,but the idea of passing through and getting to the other side fills me with hope.Great Shot!!Warmest Regards,Cat

Tumble Fish Studio said...

Hi Julie! I haven't been by in a long, long time and only managed to get a little caught up on you today. The video was so powerful I went to the website and watched another longer version of it. Thank you so much for sharing that.

sigh . . . I know what you mean about questioning where you as an artist and how life impacts where you are. And, I understand about anxiety and depression. I've been working through some of it in art just the last few days. But, what I really want to say is that I think it is an inherent nature of an artist to go through these things and I think there is some connection between artists and emotional conditions and mental anquish - we, after all, live in a different world or want to live in a different world than is sometimes available to us. I am just now finding myself again for the first time in many many long months of "all over the place" and sometimes "utter desolation".

So in your picture, I see what I see depending on the day. It could be a bottomless pit of emptiness on some, or it could be the path to utopia just out of sight. I like Doreen's answer - it's always good to not take everything so seriously which I do all too often.

Work through your uncertainties - as hard as it is, it always leads to a stronger self and clearer interpretation of spirit in the end. Thinking about you!

marsha

Charlene said...

Sweet Julie, First let me say THANK YOU for my starfish mold!!!! Your generosity amazed me! I did a post about us today. And the gift of the mold & your friendship. THANK YOU !!!!!!!!

Now for the tunnel... I think it's life. We don't know where it ends or what is in between the begining or the end. There is a light at the end... I just hope it's not a train!!!! Ha Ha just kidding. Have a great Labor Day Weekend. HUGS! Charlene

julie king said...

i'm torn between whether the camera is pointed down a vertical tunnel or toward a horizontal one. it shouldn't matter but my brain is stuck on the conundrum.

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