Sunday, May 11, 2008

Missing you?

D70 - 70mm, 1/320 sec f/16, ISO 500

It is not the lack of connections that makes us feel alone,

it's the lack of attentions.

10 comments:

  1. You have found your words and I couldn't agree more.

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  2. Yeah, the lack of attentions... I always like your photo!

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  3. true. and the cloud, it's stunning!

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  4. fab
    succinct
    + sharp

    behind soft clouds
    a thunderous bite

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  5. Dear friends, thank you for your keen and kind comments. They are the spice on an otherwise easily forgettable dish.

    With love
    A.

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  6. Amazing cloud!!
    So singular, individual,independent, yet a part of the whole.
    Beautiful.

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  7. Everytime I see this picture, it still looks like a little girl swimming to the surface of the water. Her legs are bent up as if she were in the act of kicking to push herself up further. Maybe it's just me. I think it is.

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  8. Beautiful and intriguing interpretation, Maggie. Indeed, now that you have pointed it out, I can see it too.
    My original intent was much less imaginative though. I saw the cloud to be heart shaped, and therefore I used it as a symbol of a soul, lonely and vague as it changes shapes with the wind, but it becomes alive and meaningful the moment we look at it, the moment we focus our attention (and imagination) on it. Then we find the links and we connect it to the whole.

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  9. I think our interpretations in many ways might be one in the same.

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  10. I love this image. It speaks to me. Would you mind if I used it as my desktop image? email me at evewatt@iinet.net.au

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