Crispness in Flames
Here is some fervid natural abstract art. The heat is intense. I have responded, once again, to the idea of a crisp crease on a wide expanse. There is also a prominent single cell on the crease.
The image is a close-up photo of Kalanchoe. I took it, as I often do, by pointing the camera into the light, from behind the flower.
The image may well point to where our world is heading. The smoke, the flames, and the orange sky is a close echo of what we have just seen in Australia. If such things are not to be a permanent feature of our future we need to do some crisp thinking.
I would like the message of the image to be positive. We have got ourselves into a dreadful mess, and we are now in danger. If we are to prosper, we have got to do some clear thinking, and then take action. We will have to discard some treasured thoughts, possessions, and habits. It will not be easy, but we must be positive.
So the theme of the image is brisk movement in a positive direction. We have surrounded ourselves with the heat and chaos which takes up most of the picture. But there is a sharp, decisive element thrusting upwards. It is this we must look to.
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