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I love you straightforwardly without complexities or pride

‘Minimalist’ is the title of the Weekly Photo Challenge.  And for me it is a real challenge – an everyday challenge … I have a daily notion that I would like to lead an uncluttered life and yet even clearing my mind often seems to be an impossible hurdle.

This image, taken on a deep winters day between Mauriac and Riom es Montagnes in Le Cantal of a tree naked and stark against it’s monochrome background was captured in full colour, not edited and yet has the purity of a black and white.  Perhaps winter should be the season to rehearse my inner minimalist …

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PS:  The title is from Pablo Neruda (Poem XVII – I Do Not Love You)

 

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  1. lapetitemaisonbijoux #

    Beautiful shot!

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    November 8, 2014
    • Thank you so much … a happy accident really! 🙂

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      November 9, 2014
  2. That kind of pictures make me long to winters! Until I realize that winters in Belgium are often just rainy, cold, strange days, that is 😉

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    November 8, 2014
    • One of the reasons I moved here was a fair guarantee of snow and ice … after years in England I have had my fill of wet winters 😉

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      November 8, 2014
  3. Very beautiful! There is something about snowy landscapes that is just so naturally minimalist.

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    November 10, 2014

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