the skies in these pictures make them look surreal....and in that keeping the head down, doing the labor of survival...there is something of that diligence....
A great interpretation of the picture.
Great art and wonderful words. I know how to work like that. Glad I don't have to any more.
Another era, and yet a struggle that goes on well into the future. I felt the rain coming too! Perfectly captured; the struggle of the labourer in the field
Excellent take Helen on the monsoons of the Southeast Asian and Oceanic archipelago.
Astute and keenly observant. Well done.
Beautiful words. Observational genius. :)
Thanks for bringing me into this neon reality..the beauty just grows!
I love the lens through which he photographs ....
We need to work alongside other nature! we need to do our part for survival.Good write! thanks.
Such an interesting word, era, like erie , or perhaps it is a Titaness in disguise, Rhea?
Thanks for sharing more pics. I had never heard of this photographer but really like his pictures. Imagine having to work under these skies with no choice to stop or not.
Such beautiful photographs and your words speak their story..lovely
Words matched the photo's beautifully. It's quite simply, stunning.
My dad was stationed in Burma in WWII. I have photos that he took that remind me so much of the third image you shared. Really like how you encapsulated all three photos into the poem. Well penned.
Well done, Helen. Another era.
Methinks little has really changed.
I am absolutely drooling over the second image. It's a stunner. And a poem worthy to sit alongside. Another great post.
Loved the pics.Loved your text...
Rush before the monsoons....lovely poetry and thanks for sharing more pics.
Loved all.Anna :o]
You've captured the feel of endless toil, endless rain, endless spirit ...Gorgeous progression of photos, too. Beautiful work.
Beautiful, Helen...and enjoyed seeing a bit more of his work...
Wonderful job here, and I was happy to see the additional art, too.=)