Friday, January 14, 2011

Hole Heart - Guest Hear Thursday


I caught this heart at Fort Stevens in Washington State.  Fort Stevens is a mysterious place, full of underground passages and rooms--some of them are so dark you can't see your hand in front of your face. There is a feeling about it I often sense at The Abandoned where Sissy and I walk together. 

Here the sea's salt has rusted a hole, through metal walls, in the shape of a heart.  This is my favorite of all the hearts I've found.

For more heart art, photography and altogether fabulous heart stuff from around the world, visit Clytie at Random Hearts for Guest Heart Thursday.

6 comments:

Dorincard said...

Beth, you sure have energy and material for more than one blog...
Great posts, across all your blogs!
:)

LauraX said...

Beth this is amazing!

Clytie said...

I've always loved this heart - it's one of my favorites as well! I remember exploring that Fort when we were kids - all those old bunkers and things - quite fascinating!

Inger-M said...

Very nice capture!

Dani said...

Just perfect.
Mysteriously beautiful.

Prospero said...

In abject darkness, one finds one's heart.