Thursday’s Doors~ M &M girls under glass


They were getting tired, 

ready to have snack or meal.

In same large room as pagoda

structure, down the path to

a boulder-bordered wall

where another Chihuly

glass extravaganza appears.

Marley and Makyah are my

son’s girls, as well as his

stepdaughter, Lara.

This is how rugged

edge of wall under

rocky tunnel looks like

 from the underbelly side.

While the M & M girls

traipsed, like two

 billy goats did,

not clip clopping,

more like dragging feet.

As if waiting for the troll

 to come out, surprise +

scare them away.

The umbrellas

combined into

a sea of beauty

from underneath it.

For a vast sea of doors,

seek out Norm Frampton’s

Thursday’s Doors post,

where links transport you:


42 responses »

  1. I love how the light shines through the flower/umbrellas and you can seen it from what looks like a cavern in this shot.
    The girls are adorable. The way they are standing makes me think of mine when they were that age.

  2. Rushing around today, Robin so combining all thoughts into one comment. I love the glass work, but mostly I love the way the light shines through and adds such vibrant color to your photos. M&M look pretty happy, mugging for the camera πŸ™‚

  3. Robin,
    What a stunning photo of the girls and the Chihuly art. I was in Seattle 2 weeks ago and enjoyed the Chihuly museum and garden very much.

      • Even in those days, I wouldn’t keep a photo unless it could stand on its own merits, without necessarily knowing the subject. Little did I know what I would eventually do with them.

  4. I love your reference to Billy Goat’s Gruff — they’d be happy if the trolls brought out some papasan chairs and a bit of cake, no doubt πŸ˜‰

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