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Win an Art iphone case #3

This is a contest run together with Silver Lining. The idea is to understand my own work through the viewers' eyes and minds. Your comments are the next layer of reading of the photographs. Here is the images for all viewers to made comments and from their comments we will pick the winner. Please enter your comment below.
Below are my thoughts,
When light dazzles us. We are blinded. And yet in that blindness, we see clearly the shadow. They become visible. We clarify in darkness. Didn’t we in our darkest moment, realized, received enlightenment, came to terms, and knew our priorities. We smile at our own stupidity and naiveness, which had been frustrating, but now they all seem that meaningless and trivial.

We laugh in the blinding light and yield from darkness. We declare, darkness is great, as we had seen beyond the dazzling light, piercing into the shadow, and distill the virtues from adversities. Blinding pain heightens our lives. It completes us.

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The reward: Dreamy Red

Comments

  1. reminds me of winter, though ive yet to experience snow. but it brings me the feeling of togetherness. purity of hearts.

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