One in a sort of series I posted a while back I’ve referred to as communion.
Why communion? Because that I believe is what takes place between pollinators and plants – an ancient and great clarity of purpose.
A dance if you will that was already aged, the steps so well known as to become instinctive long before the first footprint of man or woman appeared upon this planet or the cry of the first human infant was heard, and in this singular clarity of purpose a way was being made for that very infant and all who would follow.
I post it anew by request after viewing it and sharing these words with another.
The feral freeloading cat doing what he does best…..sleeping.
When he awakens he’ll make the rounds taking in three or four places where he knows food will have been set out for him.
He’s cageless and “free ranging” kind of like those chickens and the eggs they produce stores promote and likes it that way – has no desire to be owned or pampered – I don’t know about the reader but I’ve got some respect for that.
Photo was taken from a roof I was working on.
Depending on the look you’re going for the Zeiss Touit f1.8 32 mm can render different bokeh – subtle yet pleasingly noticeable like the above to more pronounced.
One of my favorite lenses.