Weekly Photo Challenge: Narrow

WM Edgar peekHe takes a
narrow view
of rain and
a chill wind.

He takes a
narrow view of
sharp voices,
quick hands,

He takes a
narrow view
of those with
narrow views.

Anna Blake at Infinity Farm
Horse Advocate, Author, Equine Pro

(WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo–I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share our micro life here on the Colorado prairie. My photos are taken with my phone, on my farm. No psych, definitely not high tech.


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0 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Narrow”

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  2. His response to narrow views is something the plagues many of us. Thanks for another one of your fine lessons from a horse to us human folks.

  3. This one would be very cool framed with your words on the mat on the right side. Perfect. I stand with him. And not just due to this wonky election. Sometimes it feels like it would be so liberating to be invisible for awhile.

    • I do, too, but for me, I’m just so very visual–about everything. I see before I think, so I feel like a watcher. Not invisible exactly… Thanks Judy.

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  5. I used to have a narrower view that what I do now. Perhaps my view is still narrow but I can shift it around and accept more?? I dunno, but I suspect that tolerance and tolerating have less to do with a wider world view than being better able to experience without so much suffering. At least I hope so, suffering isn’t as satisfactory as it used to be

  6. What an interesting comment. In some ways, I have a narrower view than I used to, the opposite of you perhaps, but I totally agree that finding a way to live and experience with less suffering feels great. I’ve lost my love of suffering, too. Thanks, Joan.

  7. “lost my love of suffering”
    What an interesting turn of phrase; somehow I can imagine myself using these words in the near future..


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