This week’s Lens-Artists Challenge posed to us by Ann-Christine is ironically appropriate for our current times. Presenting – CHAOS. To see Ann-Christine’s take, follow the link.
chaos[ key-os ]
a state of utter confusion or disorder; a total lack of organization or order.
any confused, disorderly mass:
A walk-off is the chaotic moment in baseball when a baserunner scores after a batter hits the ball safely into play in the bottom of the ninth inning to drive in the winning run. After the batter who hit in the game-winning run has touched first base, they can simply just “walk-off” the field, since the team has now officially won the game.
But they never simply walk off the field. There has to be the last moments of chaotic joy.
At Pescadero State Beach on California’s Central Coast a chaotic whirlwind of sandpipers.
The lunar new year’s street fair in San Francisco’s Chinatown welcomes its own celebratory chaos.
Synonymous with chaos is the word melange. Below a blurry dragon at the Chinese New Year Parade presents a brilliant melange of color.
In keeping with our worldwide crisis I briefly considered taking photos of a toilet paper riot but instead of risking life and limb, below is the chaos of a 2000 piece jigsaw puzzle. We’ll put this chaos in order as we stay at home per the suggestion of the experts.