Saturday, February 15, 2014

Dancing With Light


"When asked whether he was a god or a man, Buddha replied simply replied, "I Am Awake." ~Lama Surya Das


"Dancing With Light" © Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio

The late afternoon sun commands center stage and performs a pas de deux with this glass vase. The choreography is rich and mesmerizing. I cannot take my eyes off of this performance. It seems to be just for me and me alone. 

And, in this moment of time, I was awake.

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12 comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You have to be awake to notice the light and shadows dancing!

Evening Shadows

colleen said...

OOh. I love this. It makes me want to write poetry.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow dancing and a wonderful capture for the day!! Enjoy your weekend!!

Ruth Kelly said...

This is a very unusual and unique shot for sure. I had to study it to understand exactly what I was seeing.

Patti said...

Interesting shadow capture! Is that your creation? It's beautiful.

Ralph said...

But which direction is the dancing in: vertical or horizontal. And which vase is actually dancing? So many questions as we watch any ambient lighting adding motion to normally inanimate things. Quite cool!

Norma Ruttan said...

ooh, I want to join in the dance! exquisite color

Chubby Chieque said...

I wish to dance in the light again.

Sweden is an absolutely dreary, rainy, dark and windy.

Send me the sunshine, my Molokai Girl, LoL'

Gillena Cox said...

luv it; photo and quote
have a nice Sunday

much love...

foxysue said...

You know this is my favourite theatre, I have my own front row season seat. It is always a 'mystery' performance! x

Anne Jeffries said...

Mesmerizing is defintely tje word to use here.

Hettienne Grobler said...

as the Guru says "I can taste it' and I can taste this one! thank you for dropping a pearl in the pond

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