Shadows in the Night

 morning-fog-over-yellowstone-river-wyoming

People’s creeds come forth, then perish
Like the shadows in the night.

source: Kahlil Gibran, The Procession
image: Eddie Two Hawks, Image Collection, Shadows on the Lake

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33 thoughts on “Shadows in the Night

  1. A great capture! Really like the combination of the reflections in the lake and the mysterious feel the mist is giving.

  2. I agree the picture is absolutely stunning and emotionally provocative!

    And the quote is timely once again, as I awoke this morning with a strange sort of detachment. I had been dreaming of frustration as I attempted to sort out something complex and chaotic, then realized, just before I forced myself awake that I was seeing the peoples of the Earth and their societies from a great distance. Having woken with that revelation, I find myself taking the long view today, where all the details of day to day living seem remote, and almost irrelevant. Everything I see and experience and believe is transitory and shifting today…

    Thank you yet again, Eddie! 🙂

    • You are very welcome Lisa. What a dream you had as it seemed to deliver messages for you and perhaps just a review of events in your life. Learning from dream guides takes skill and patience as many times they play with our imagination and have fun with us. I seldom take them too seriously.
      Have a most peaceful day. Eddie

    • They may very well be honest and sincere and from the heart and stood the test of time.
      These are not the ones Mr. Gibran is talking about here Ian.
      Thank you very much for your thoughtful and kind remarks today.

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