Waves and Ripples – Buddha Rocks – Day 3

Evelyn over at Filling a Hole has encourage many of us to participate in the Buddha Rocks Project this week. Each day we are to use a different photo as inspiration for our posts which can be chosen from the vast library by Eric Alder located at Bubba’s Place Deviant Art Gallery – Buddha Rocks.

Waves and Ripples

Beneath the surface, I am solid but not unmoveable.

I pride myself on my ability to adapt.

On the surface I am fluid but not without shape.

I wish I could be more constant.


About Billie Jo Schinnerer

Born and raised on the edge of the Helderberg Escarpment in eastern New York. Formerly a teacher. Moved to the North West area of England in 2003. Now a mother of three who doesn’t really know what she wants to be when she grows up.
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11 Responses to Waves and Ripples – Buddha Rocks – Day 3

  1. Mike says:

    I enjoyed this Billie Jo – got me thinking.
    I suppose it’s that inconsistency that maks it so fascinating.

  2. Eric says:

    Do not lament inconsistency, for being adaptable is a strength in an ever-changing world.
    (Also, you are being consistent in your adaptability)

  3. Robin Hawke says:

    My comment was parenthesized by Eric, enjoyed every word, Robin

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  6. Evelyn says:

    I love this picture.
    your words really conjure the sensation of the water…

  7. Indigo Spider says:

    I can’t believe I almost missed this beautiful thinker! Lovely photo brought to a new level with your words, love it Billie Jo.

    • I will be honest – I wrote this so late at night that I was drifting in and out of sleep while I did it but I liked the way it turned out so I left it. When I write I go into a bit of a dream like trance anyway. I am glad you liked it.

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