Shelter and Dreams of an Umbrella
Posted by Shayla Simmons — 31 Oct 2012
An umbrella has many purposes, one being the obvious: shelter from rain or snow. Since umbrellas come in an array of colors, shapes and sizes they happen to be a very stylish way to stay dry from the impending doom of a storm. But, to a child an umbrella can be a vehicle for imagination. An umbrella can carry a child to distant lands with a single bound just like Mary Poppins or drift them across seas, gently rocking them to sleep like Alice in Wonderland.
Of course, as the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast of the U.S. is all too evident, we offer a 'nod' to the trusty portable shelter of the umbrella and its ability to keep us dry in 'most' cases! We hope you'll enjoy these amazing images of this oft-overlooked stormy weather friend.
All of us at JPG send our thoughts and wishes for a speedy recovery to all affected by this terrible natural disaster.
Umbrella Repair Man, Milano, Italy by Bruce Martin
under the umbrella by Gilbert Rodriguez
What A Glorious Feeling by Lauren Coakley
+.Dreaming of Another world.+ by Laureen Armengau
Umbrellas, Lishui, China by Michael Kirchoff
the umbrellas by Lukman Anas
Red Umbrella In The Field by Silvijo Selman
Rainy Day by bagrat
can't let go. by Holly Carpenter
Umbrellas by Bill Gekas
maestro. by Andris Barbans
Picnic by Dariusz Klimczak
Umbrella Dance by Hector Arce
The last homely house ... or so we thought ... by Roberts Birze
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As Rihanna say's "You can stand under my umbrella."