Against the grain I would not avoid.
Some of these things against the grain
here, were so radical,
thought it began to lean toward
“overdone.” What do you think?


Maybe they had to compete with the neighbors they decided their door
became the 5th color?
Thurs. Door, Weekend Reflection in door


Originally I had this image in my post,
then deleted it to be more focused ,
but then DutchGTN asked for steep.
This may qualify as steep, since the trees don’t seem to know
what growing straight means!


I admire Native Americans for keeping feasts of their cultural heritage,
even though it makes them conspicuous with their dress, and their music.


This flower would be “with” the grain of October, because it has the same color of pumpkins.
Floral Fri Foto, FOTD


Not everyone has a car, and that is okay, but going against the grain in leaving one’s backpack out in the street, I don’t know if that is wise.
Sun Tree, Weekly Smile, Say Cheese


Oil, 24 x 48 inch, What Happened
at the Wall,
© St. Germain

One of my early paintings.
If you had seen this, you definitely
would say this is “against the grain.”
Rahab, who lived in a house
on the wall helped the Hebrew
spies to escape. It becomes even more
“against the grain”
if you knew that Rahab who they
asked to help escape the land of the
reported giants, was a prostitute.
Just sayin’!
Makro-Tex:On the Wall


This would not be against the grain:
Red – ABC Wed.


Fast moving Clouds in light an dark,
above Lake Tahoe at 50 degrees
in summer would be odd!
Sky Watch, One Word Sunday: Light

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46 thoughts on “AGAINST THE GRAIN

  1. Beautiful shots, Jesh, and also your painting. I thought it was Rapunzel before I read your note. Interesting how some people “overlook” certain things when they are in need of help and then once they’re out of hot water, the go back to condemning and moralising…
    Thanks for taking part in the “My Sunday Best” meme.


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