Slump and The Great City

SlumpTheGreatCityThe never-changing landscape patterned by polished brick and stainless glass combined with bitter, bone chilling winds, rolling concrete roads that stagger with maintenance and a slight world angst can cause a little slump in the inner attitudes of a daytime city dweller. But do not despair life’s great travelers as the sun, the warm and ever-persistent light, is breaking through the bleak to shine onto you. Blinding though it may seem and daunting it can appear what kind of adventure would it be if you didn’t except the first steps it provides?.

Answers should be twenty-five words or less, written on the back of a postcard and posted to a friend. I don’t think people send enough postcards these days!

What you think? All comments, critiques and questions are welcome.

Happy Viewing

10 thoughts on “Slump and The Great City”

  1. Very nice composition, the intense sun does shine through as it always does! And you have captured it perfectly. As for the never changing landscape…I quite like the always there newspaper stand and the cafe on the corner…the little jewels amongst the brick and the glass that I would never change!! Anyway, nice, graphic photograph.

    1. Too true! I do like a unique merchant stand selling what it can… And hotdogs!! Can never beat a good hotdog!:) thank you I appreciate it.

  2. Nice Pic… I know exactly what you are talking about, we were in Scotland before Easter last year & we nearly froze; and I’m from Eastern Canada 😉

    1. I’m glad you like the idea! I used to love a good postcard or even a handwritten letter. More are definitely needed. Thank you.

    1. Because of this post I have been compelled to write more by pen! Now all I need to do is find someone to post it too! Thank you

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