Wednesday, 4 June 2014

D is for daydreamer - #Alphabetphoto



Up on the hills where we live, Roh skips ahead.  She sings made up songs with dimples and grins; talks animatedly and earnestly to herself, and all the while the gentle breeze sets her hair dancing behind her.

Then she stops.  She pushes her hands deep into soft fleecy pockets.

Her stare stretches far beyond the horizon, the carpet of world at her feet.

D is for day-dreaming daughter.


Linking up to Alphabet Photography over at the beautiful PODCast

13 comments:

  1. awwww such sweet words. Love a children's imagination but I love to day dream too. Gives me sanity on a hard day =) #alphabetphoto

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  2. Your words and photo are very beautiful. I'm guessing we all know the feeling or needing to stop and see for a moment. Maybe to daydream. Just beautiful. #AlphabetPhoto

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  3. Beautiful x My 5yo is like this, often far away in his own fantastical world x #alphabetphoto

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  4. That's me as a child too - love it #alphabetphoto

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  5. Oh to be back in the world of childhood where day dreams are aplenty. Lovely photo :)

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  6. Beautiful words and a really lovely photo :) #alphabetphoto

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  7. Beautiful beautiful words as always and a striking image to accompany them. Just wonderful. Thank you for sharing with #alphabetphoto

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  8. Beautiful words, and a really lovely picture too x

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  9. Beautiful capture with lovely words.

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  10. A girl after my own heart! I always was, and still am, daydreamer and I can see how she can lose herself in a landscape this beautiful. I absolutely love this photo :-)

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  11. My daughter does (or would like to) do loads of this. Sadly we don't live in the hills, and school seems to drive daydreaming time away....i wrote a blog post on that once, ages back, re Kairos and Chronos time. I digress! Lovely shot. Am loving this linky of Charly's - oh for more time to blog! PS I hear you're at BML and meeting Judith for dinner. I'd love to meet you so keep an eye out for someone with a Beaker badge (from the muppets) and grab me!! Sx

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  12. I love that you daughter is a 'day dreamer'. Although this is something that teachers criticise, I think it's a fabulous trait to have - full of imagination and creativity I imagine. What a beautiful space she's in there! x

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  13. And who could blame her for daydreaming in the face of this beautiful landscape???? Gorgeous.

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