The agave plant has seen better days.
The vegetable garden is undeniably finished.
Though I think the swiss chard could surprise us all.
The herb garden is definitely dead
and the cemetery too.
All the snow does inspire renewed appreciation for a stable home structure
when even the tombstones are getting buried.
The fates smiling
almost like Whitespace had planned it all
to add a touch more surrealism for Wendy Given's opening
of surrealist imagery in snow covered landscapes.
It was all shot in Oregon.
so beautiful I think I need to take myself there for a sojourn.
The further you go into the wilderness the more anything seems possible.
The show, titled "Turn Your Back to the Forest, Your Front to Me," is loaded with rabbit holes worth escaping into, to hope for a moment that Given's view may be true
"Of Augur and Auspice: No. 5 (From Under the Pillow)," Wendy Given, 2009, C-Print, 40"x40"
that nothing is quite what it seems.