Looking at an open field always makes me think of possibilities. The same goes for books that are open-ended. A prime example of this is Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater. Even though I didn’t like this book as much as the first two in The Raven Cycle, it made me want to seek answers. Plus, the nature-feel of the book simply fit well against the backdrop of this field right here.
Even our theme, “field” can be interpreted in different ways. Georgie thought of depth of field, while I took it much more literally. Looking at my own bookshelf, I also came across a few covers featuring fields.
What does a field make you think of?
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Miguel @ The Quirky Reader says
The aesthetic of this photo is so freaking lovely. Can I please have your photography skills? For me, a field represents urgency and freedom. Like I imagine running through the tall grass just because I can.
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I just have to say that I think that picture is absolutely gorgeous and I am obsessed with it. I am horrible at photography, so I’m always blown away by how talented others are. When I first read ‘field’, I interpreted it the same way as you did, though my idea of a field looks slightly different, with long grasses and stalks of wheat.
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