Tuesday, February 18, 2014

On the return of light and giraffes

The sky is reflected in the windows of the nearby building, stretching out in a metallic-blue-yellow hue in between an instagram filter and something you might have found in the fabric of a skirt in the S/S13 Saunders collection, if you cared for such things. It's been a lovely day, with deceitful promises of pending spring, even though the mended heart is too scarred to believe it really is so. Winter may catch you yet. Regardless, you have this day. The day the light returned. Light, which will kick start the slow process of defrosting the marrow of your brittle bones.



In the meantime, there is this picture of a woman and a giraffe:









6 comments:

nonamedufus said...

Is that you Cruella? Nice tan.

Cruella Collett said...

Oh, yes. I grew up fast, too, given that this picture was taken just two years after I was born.

Kelly said...

The guy lurking in the background is a bit creepy, but it's an interesting photo despite that.

I'm not even in a terribly wintry location, but I'm ready for it to leave.

Cruella Collett said...

The lurker might be a little creepy, yes, but at least he isn't the one photographing a naked lady!!!

Jane Jazz said...

Freezing and waterlogged here... but this has to be one of the most unusual images I've seen this year, and that has taken the chill off a bit :-) JJ

Hart Johnson said...

YAY for naked time with a giraffe! What?

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