Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Keyhole to the Future


Sometimes you just need to find that one key to fit in the keyhole of the future and unlock possibility. Sometimes you trip over that key, and sometimes you have to search for it. Sometimes it's been there the whole time and you never realized it. Part of the weirdness of life is that the key is almost always a surprise.

And, luckily for me, that's my wife in the picture.

12 comments:

Rick Daley said...

Great picture, I really like how you framed the shot.

D.G. Hudson said...

You have it right, Bryan, the keyhole of future possibility rests within us. The ability to recognize a possibility or opportunity is a gift.

First, you have to be looking for that key or keyhole. (Mr. or Ms. Oblivious will miss it)

Loved the photo, with its air of mystery -- since we see only the profile of your wife.

PS - I have a similar photo of Notre Dame (Paris) with the evil looking rainspouts reaching out. Where was your photo taken?

Bryan Russell said...

It's the Seville Cathedral in Spain (also known as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See).

Marsha Sigman said...

THAT. Is. Awesome.

M.A. Leslie said...

That is an amazing picture. You capture some really good ones.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

If your wife's in the picture, that means you found it!

Jeffrey Beesler said...

No one can turn the key but you. If you don't turn the key, you'll never know what you're missing out on.

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

I love Alex's comment!

Matthew MacNish said...

And lucky for her, we can't see a damn thing, but a silhouette. Privacy maintained.

Munk said...

Your wife looks very mysterious in that shot, secret-agent mysterious.

Bryan Russell said...

It's possible she's a Bond girl in her spare time...

Donna Hole said...

Absolutely beautiful; both the sentiment and the picture.

......dhole