Further reading on Mara's blog took me to the website of Canadian photographer, Dale Hudjik. The website, Spun With Tears, runs a Thursday Challenge. The blogger lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Canada is one of the favorite places we have ever visited. We spent about two weeks in western Alberta. Missed Edmonton back in 2008 but who knows, maybe some day. Until then we will revisit the beauty of that country by looking at the many photos made on the trip.
The photo is part of a collection of dozens we have made of abandoned homes and businesses. We have titled the entire collection 'Somebody's Dream'. This particular photo was made while my husband and I were travelling along Hwy. 13 in a Jeep Wrangler. Heading toward HWY 1, we angled northwest taking whatever back road caught our fancy. We came across this old homestead near the border of Saskatchewan and Alberta. The vast blue sky set a backdrop for the remains of dreams of an unknown past life. A feeling of sadness, of feeling blue shrouded the scenery. In honor of the Canadian photographer, I would ask to be allowed to enter this week's Thursday Challenge theme of "blue" by submitting a photo from our Canadian adventure.
|'Somebody's hands opened the door, somebody's eyes saw this same blue sky."|
taken 5/29/2008, 3:23 PM, Konica Minolta Digital.