04 December, 2008

the chain-skywatch friday

Listen to the wind blow
Watch the sun rise
Run in the shadows
Damn your love
Damn your lies
And if You dont love me now
You will never love me again
I can still hear you saying
You would never break the chain.
Listen to the wind blow
Down comes the night
Run in the shadows
Damn your love
Damn your lies
Break the silence
Damn the dark
Damn the light
And if You dont love me now
You will never love me again
I can still hear you saying
You would never break the chain.
-Fleetwood Mac-

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36 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

what a super photo, so simple, but what a statement.

Gill in Canada

Wren said...

Funny, I was listening to that song just this morning. Great photo, very powerful. Thanks for skywatching with us.

Guy D said...

Very creative and unique idea. I love it.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Champ said...

Fantastic photo!

Denise said...

I wonder how that chain got up there? Well composed shot, great photo.

The Arthur Clan said...

I love the song lyrics listed with your photo...great composition and fantastic photo!

Connie said...

This is nice. Great blue sky.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Looks a little ominous. I like it!

~Lisa
New Mexico

Sandradb said...

Rusty chain on blue sky! Perfect!

luna miranda said...

amazing shot! love the foreground of twigs.

RuneE said...

A bit scary, but a good composition (the picture I mean)

fishing guy said...

Erin: How very cool to catch the sky at the tree. Was the chain for a tire swing.

Kerri said...

Very unique!Fabulous shot!! I Love that FMac song!

Ackworth born said...

brilliant close-up

Ruth said...

Wow! Great picture and the lyrics are so fitting. Very creative and attention grabbing for sure! Happy SWF (with no chains)

Maalie said...

That is an intriguing picture. It looks rather sinister.

Tabib said...

Different perspective and presentation.
Very unique!

Dewdrop said...

Wow. What an amazing feeling that generates inside of me! Thanks for sharing that interesting shot!

TSannie said...

I'm wondering why those words sound so familiar, and then I see it's a Fleetwood Mac song.

That photo is wonderful! Great composition and what a gorgeous blue sky.

Sara G said...

Great photo and post!!
Take care and have a great weekend.

Kelly said...

Beautiful picture! Very creative!

Kahshe Cottager said...

I haven't seen a bright blue sky like that here in a while! What an interesting photo and it goes so well with the lyrics!

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bintang said...

This is my first visit to this site.
Wow!!!..love all your skylie photo

Jeanne said...

Cool photo and love the lyrics you accompanied it with.

Country Girl said...

Yeah, I remember that song. Wonder how long that chain has been up there.
Strong offering.

dAwN said...

great photo and song to go with it...thanks...

Sharon said...

EXCELLENT!!

MedaM said...

I am wondering what those chains are for? Interesting photo, indeed! I love the blue color of the sky.

Bernie Krausse said...

Chains do bind things and people and do prevent growth. So I hope that chain in the photo will one day be broken so the tree can be liberated from its bondage. Hopefully, the energy behind the intent that put the chain in the tree in the first place will one day be reconcilled and processed. Nice thought and feeling oriented post.

Arija said...

A great shot and a good choice of verse with it.
I love your wonderful sky below as well.

Christina said...

The more beautiful photos of Virginia that I see, the more I long to be there!!

Thank you for the beauty of this!

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

That's a pretty cool photo! Very creative! I like that a lot! Good job.
~Michele~

Susie of Arabia said...

I love that Fleetwood Mac song - and the photo goes so well with it! Nice job.

Pretty Me!! said...

loved the poem here !! :)

The Good Life in Virginia said...

Hello all.
This chain was high in a beautiful walnut tree near an abandoned house I was snapping photos of. It was curious as to what it might have been used for and I can't say I have a clue.

Erin

Mojo said...

When I saw the title, I somehow knew you'd use that song somehow. Great shot -- as usual!