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Old Jun 22, 2007, 8:08 AM   #11
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It has the classic "hmm, I wonder what's over that hill and around the corner" look, beckoning one to journey onward.

Oh, Hercules - Swedish Meatballs are also very good...
Oh, I suppose curiosity and hunger are a couple of things that keeps you going (keeps the motor running or whatever expression...)

Thanks for viewing and commenting

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Old Jun 22, 2007, 8:18 AM   #12
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Nice countryside, though not the right place to stand and take a photo

so close to a bend in the road :shock:..............
Well, "Ars longa, vita brevis" This might be safer, given no HD is on the other side. Thanks for viewing and commenting

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Old Jun 22, 2007, 8:25 AM   #13
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Very interesting composition and a willful decision to make the shot at that point--the path of light through the trees appears to be an alternate route--though one we only wish we could take.

Thank you very much for viewing and commenting. (You have a great sense for what the person behind the camera intends or even feels or thinks. That´s a gift)

Don´t be so sure about the alternate route (smile)

Kid´s thoughts:

"Take the upper route. Use the birds to fly with"

"I´ll buy wings for all the money" (25 cents - what a fortune)

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Is the hobo going to or coming from?

does a road take you somewhere or lead you away from?

so many more questions than answers...

'The long and windy road

thats leads me back to your door'

Beatles
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Old Jun 23, 2007, 11:19 AM   #15
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Is the hobo going to or coming from?

does a road take you somewhere or lead you away from?

so many more questions than answers...

'The long and windy road

thats leads me back to your door'

Beatles
That is some great poetry. Thanks for posting it in this thread. Good words are powerful tools. Hope they can outsmart the military weapons.

Mister/Master Bob Dylan wrote a song, "Masters of war"

Donovan had a text on his guitar case, "This machine kills"

The poetry made me think of this


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Old Jun 23, 2007, 11:42 AM   #16
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"There is a freedom from, and there´s a freedom to;

there are words to write and there are things to do"


Is there a suitable synonym to "things" in this text?

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Or perhaps

"There is a freedom from, and there´s a freedom to;

there are words to say and there are things to do"


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Old Jun 24, 2007, 10:36 AM   #17
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Bob Dylan, now were talking.

"There is a freedom from, and there´s a freedom to;

there are words to say and there are things to do"



a very good quote/mod

I spoke to a friend of mine a few days ago, he's an accountant, T. dont fall asleep, he was talking to another accountant, now you can fall asleep, I butted in as one does that over hears such a dreadful conversation and told them 'the best economical book i know of is Animal Farm'. Freedom is only gained through/from knowledge of which the spoken and written word play a main role. :idea:Photos/pictures slot in there somewhere but are modern day technologies (cave paintings).

'A time to love is saying that there is a need, now, more than ever, to bring love back into the forefront'. Stevie Wonder
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You have to love those country roads!


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You have to love those country roads!

Yes, I do, like you love your mountains and wild (RAW) nature. Thanks for viewing and commenting

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... Freedom is only gained through/from knowledge of which the spoken and written word play a main role. :idea:Photos/pictures slot in there somewhere but are modern day technologies (cave paintings).

'A time to love is saying that there is a need, now, more than ever, to bring love back into the forefront'. Stevie Wonder
Thanks for the words

In a book that has very much formed our culture (smile) you can read:

"In the beginning was the Word..." Great poetry

Better than wars are of course mindful use of words


Á propose Robert Zimmerman and wording, there is a song, "Man gave names to all the animals" with a very unexpected/expected ending

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

He saw an animal that liked to growl,
Big furry paws and he liked to howl,
Great big furry back and furry hair.
"Ah, think I'll call it a bear."

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

He saw an animal up on a hill
Chewing up so much grass until she was filled.
He saw milk comin' out but he didn't know how.
"Ah, think I'll call it a cow."

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

He saw an animal that liked to snort,
Horns on his head and they weren't too short.
It looked like there wasn't nothin' that he couldn't pull.
"Ah, think I'll call it a bull."

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

He saw an animal leavin' a muddy trail,
Real dirty face and a curly tail.
He wasn't too small and he wasn't too big.
"Ah, think I'll call it a pig."

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

Next animal that he did meet
Had wool on his back and hooves on his feet,
Eating grass on a mountainside so steep.
"Ah, think I'll call it a sheep."

Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, in the beginning.
Man gave names to all the animals
In the beginning, long time ago.

He saw an animal as smooth as glass
Slithering his way through the grass.
Saw him disappear by a tree near a lake . . .



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