Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Communication

Self-expression must pass into communication for its fulfillment.
Pearl S. Buck 1892-1973

Was it just me or did this lonely telephone pole have a brief moment of enlightenment?


This weeks theme for Corner View is "communication". There's more communication in the blogs below. Thanks to Flowtops for the theme and Francesca for hosting.

jane, theresa, ian, joyce, francesca, isabelle, kari, jgy, lise, otli, dorte, skywriting, tikjewit, sophie, daan, wander chow, kelleyn, sammi, annakenza, rosamaría, victoria, mlle paradis, tzivia, tania, nadine, cate, cole, ibb, kasia, juniper, flowtops

18 comments:

  1. Your magic photo makes me think that, sometimes, communication can exist without words.

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  2. I wonder what enlightened thoughts it had... I kind of feel for it, being left out there on its own!

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  3. Wow. The scenery is great. So far and infinite.

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  4. dunno which one of both i enjoy more..
    the quote / the luminous photo?

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  5. A rainbow makes every image magical.

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  6. This is communication between natural and technical energy! Magic!

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  7. I think you are right about the telephone pole :)

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  8. This is one of those moments you were at the right place at the right time. Beautiful! xo

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  9. Ooh, I like that rainbow`s way of communicating, and yours for finding it and sharing it:)

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  10. Definitely enlightened :^)

    Yeah - Pearl S. Buck "The Good Earth"

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  11. great shot ... it reminds me some Indian places in the desert

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  12. Beautiful. I would love to know what it's thinking!

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  13. ...of treasures untold...!

    I love how you got everyone thinking! That's what the best pictures do.

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  14. loved both these last two posts!

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  15. Great juxtaposition. Did you just come across that by chance as you were driving along, or did you aim for it? Either way, it's a great shot.

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  16. Ian- I saw the rainbow first and then walked until I had it aligned with the telephone pole.

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