Women in Abstract

I was half frozen and par-blind when I found this.

I’m rueful about not having captured each and every woman individually.

The cold & the sun foiled me.

Nonetheless, I love us and I’m happy.

Pics taken by Resa – December 13, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

41 thoughts on “Women in Abstract

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    1. Your take on the painting is exactly how I, and other women see it. It’s great to have male friends who are also not held by the chains of a patriarchal society.
      You rock!
      So, yes, it’s different. I post them as I find them!

      1. Well, I was raised by both parents, but my mother had a greater influence over me.

        On another note, I am working on a poem about equality for women. It won’t be ready for another week or two, but with your permission I would like to link to this post and introduce your blog.
        This post (images) is so perfect for my words.

  2. Fabulous! It makes me smile. There are so many ‘real’ connotations. The artist certainly understood the variety of the feminine experience, Resa.
    I’m wondering, though, why you mentioned you were par-blind?
    Hope you are ‘rugging up’! 🙂
    xoxoxo

    1. It is a fab mural, and all on 1 garage door. 😀
      Oh yeah, I’m rugging up!
      So, it’s very dark here this time of year; cold and dark. It was cold and dark when I head out that day. I rugged up, but I left my special sunglasses at home, because it was dark. Things are progressing very nicely, but the eyes are sun sensitive for a few months after surgery. They gave me special sunglasses to wear until the sensitivity goes away.
      Unexpectedly, as the day wore on, the sun came out…clouds, the sun, clouds, then sun. The sun is very low in the sky, at this time of year.
      Well, I was squinting my way around, as was, and when I turned into the alley the sun was right in my eyes. I refused to leave the alley without pics. 😀 xoxoxoxo

      1. Hahaaa… I can understand not wanting to leave without the images; this is such a great find. And it’s so good to read that your eyes are doing well – I can see you squinting and shading them! 🙂 🙂
        xoxoxo

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