Monday, October 27, 2008

The Middle Road

The Middle Road in Woolwich, where I've lived for the past twenty years. I have walked this road winter, spring, summer, and fall, saying prayers, ticking off lists in my mind, dreaming dreams, crying with grief and frustration, skipping happily. This road holds alot of my heart, and I owe it my sanity I'm sure. Here are some images from my two mile walk yesterday afternoon just before sunset. There is a new color scheme now - the leaves are past peak - it's a chestnut/russet/gold palette, with good doses of emerald green and sky blue still in the mix.
One of my favorite walking meditations, a Buddhist prayer:
May I be filled with loving kindness.
May I be well.
May I be peaceful and at ease.
May I be happy.


SiextyEight said...

wonderful scenes

Rob S. said...

The shot of "Window With Autumnal Reflections" (see, I thought of a title for you!) is fantastic. Love the color of that moss, too!

Martha Miller said...

Thanks, siextyeight - are you still doodling?

Martha Miller said...

Hi Rob

Thankyou! Yes, what a great barn with that copper pig under the window!
And that moss green is one of my all time favorite colors.
Love your latest painting of that glorious maple!

Susan Beauchemin said...

Long shadow time of yeaer--is that the Maine spelling of year?

Martha Miller said...

No deah, it's YE-Ah.