"The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity."
George Bernard Shaw
What do you mean? Your eye is expert and your camera captured a wonderful scene of colors and textures. There is nothing wrong with this picture. Beautiful.
Like braille, every bump and dent means something, time and event changed it from something brand new to something that has seen lifetimes, that sense of time spread out before and after the short span of it and the connection between then and now and the future is what holds my thoughts for a spell, when I see something like this in museums. A paradox really to refer them as dead things - there always seems to be someone nearby that expresses the thought, if only dead things could talk, imagine the stories they could tell.Hope your weekend was good, take care and happy week ahead, x
What exactly is this?? Is this one of those "mystery picture" games where we all try and figure out what it is? I'm stumped!
Thanks Dave. I have a hard time getting past what I know I could do with a good camera compared to a throwaway one. But oh, did I have a hard time tearing myself away from this moldy bird pooped on urn to the paintings that were inside of the museum! And there was a pile of statues corded off behind one of the buildings that I was itching to take a few shots of but couldn't find an angle. It fascinated me. Something about the way they looked so...discarded. Oh well, the image is in my mind. :)
Dzeni, this was a close up of a huge urn at a museum I visited not long ago. I am not sure if I even took a picture of the entire urn, plant in it and all, I was just so fascinated with the details nature painted on it. Even the bird poop on it looked like it was artistically dropped, lol! ;)
Autumn, I loved what you said. Often you seem to say the words my mind can't form. Very cool. :)
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