This is my weekly Friday feature. I send my daughter, who is living in Seattle while she is in school, a photograph I've taken and she sends me back a quote she feels goes with it. So the image is something I photographed that touched me and the words are something she read that touched her. Hopefully, both pieces will be a bit more inspiring as a result...
"I see knowledge increasing and human power increasing. I see ever increasing possibilities before life, and I see no limits set to it at all. Existence impresses me as a perpetual dawn. Our lives, as I apprehend, are great in expectations." -H.G. Wells
Side note: When she first sent the quote back I quickly replied "didn't I send you a photo of a bicycle?" Her response, after a ha ha, was yes and that was the quote that first came to her mind. She offered another but I like how what I think of when I look at the image is very different than what she thinks of so I'm leaving it. What does it make you think of?
I don't blog on the weekends so here's hoping you have a great one and I'll see you on the flipside.