Through Grandma’s Eyes: The Rubber Band

“Not everybody trusts paintings,

but people believe photographs.”

-Ansel Adams-

journal entry:

Not every photograph has to have a face . . . as long as you label it somehow.  Sometimes the story is in the body language.  Sometimes it is in the clothing or the toys or the location.  After a quite spectacular flight, the airplane crashed.  This is a story of how the boy fixed the airplane and wound up the rubber band for another flight.  I was far away.  If I had called to him, he would have turned around and the moment would have been gone.  I am learning to see with different eyes.

“Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.”

-African Proverb-

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