October 22, 2012

Riding the Fence...

Sometimes making art is hard - especially when my muse has left the building.  Fear can keep me from making a decision - what if it's wrong?!   Then again it may be the perfect choice.   Taking the time to make samples helps.  Letting whimsy take over is not a bad thing either.  Note to self:  am I'm over-thinking, over-reacting, or...?

Time for me to stop riding on NEUTRAL.  Make a decision - right or wrong - and get off the fence!


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15 comments:

SueAnn Lommler said...

Gotta love a good fence pic...this is great
Hugs
SueAnn

photoadayblog said...

true. being neutral is the same as doing nothing. most of the time.

Paula Wooters said...

I love an old, peeling picket fence better than any newer variety. Which is good, since I'm too lazy to paint mine!

Danielle said...

Great fence art!! This challenge has certainly brought my photography out of neutral!!! :0

nonamedufus said...

That's a great looking fence. And a great treatment of today's theme.

laughingmom said...

Love this picture and a fantastic interpretation of today's topic!

life in the mom lane said...

I can really associate with your take on the theme! great shot!

meleah rebeccah said...

I really like your spin on today's theme. And sometimes being neutral is like doing nothing at all. What an awesome photo! And, what an inspiring way to start my week!

Ziva said...

What a charming photo. :) Great take on the theme! Now get off the fence. ;)

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

That fence, especially. It's pretty and all, but it's pointy. Not good for sitting on at all.

Coco (Rose) said...

Nice idea and a cute photo for today's theme. I wonder can you paint it from your side if your neighbor put it? Just a curious.

Jamie said...

I was on the fence once. Hemorrhoids. Nuff said.

Nice photo by the way!

Cheryl said...

As a long-time fence-sitter, I can relate to this 100%.

Katherine said...

I left THREE comments earlier from my "fancy shmancy new iphone 5" and none showed up. ARGH! Bottom line, I LOVE THIS! The fence is simply beautiful!

louciao said...

Ouch! I wouldn't want to be sitting on that fence. Deciding to begin is really the only one needed.