Parenthesis in a labyrinth Posted on April 1, 2013 by arjun Take only pictures, steal only time leave only footprints – Unknown Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Damn, that is an excellent photo!
Thank you, brother!
excellent BW. How easy it is for us … sunny country 🙂
Ha Ha! Never thought of it that way but Yes, you’re right!
This is a really good street/urban image.
Thank you very much, Ron!
Awesome photo indeed.
I love the moment,i love the depth,i love the vintage!!!
Photo scented …
Ciao amico dagli occhi buoni.
BW is awesome. Love the flowing dress.
Thank you Shelley!
One of your very best. Brilliant.
Thank you my friend!
Arjun, i have just read a short story called, “Why you Should Care about Cricket” by Wright Thompson. He writes for ESPN.com. Have you read it?
No but I should, right?! Will do so in a bit.
I read Wright. We write quite right similar in style
Right on. Hee. Hee.
Thank you for sharing this info. Which also means I shall not no more feel conscious about my wordery!
You always give the best to us…thank you!
Keep taking, keep stealing.
The way you said it, gives “Stealing” a sense of amenity.
Excellent shot 🙂
This one is for you!
A sanction for my next road trip 😉
Thanks, I will be looking forward to some more stunning photos, and words of wisdom 🙂
Photos happen, wisdom is in our profound discourse 🙂
With words like profound and discourse, wisdom abounds like dandelion seeds in a gentle breeze
That’s what I meant! 😀
I am almost ready to start a short story, I have a plan in mind, just need to get the characters fleshed out.. (did that sound like I knew what i was talking about?)
Now that’s interesting update. I’m excited.
It will start in a bar, so nothing novel.. Seedy setting and dodgy characters.. Catch ya on the ice mate, I am outta here
Wow. I’m a sucker for bar stories.
See ya then!
That’s a fine, fine piece of work – great shot, Arjun! I absolutely love this!
Thank you so much, Richard!
This image has it all! Excellent!
Thank you Elena!
I love that title. Is it because of the narrow passage she’s crossing through, or is there another meaning? Regardless, it’s great.
Just a poetic expression. The sunlight falling crisply on the human figure gives a sense of passage/relief from above in a never-ending maze.
Like the star Trek movie 😉 and you disappear.
The lighting in this picture is great. Really sets the mood.
Fantastic photo and message to go along with it.
Thank you !
Muy Buena Fotografía, Un Gran Trabajo En B&W… Un Saludo.
Grazie, amico mio!
Sono contento che ti piace la fotografia.
Oh, I just adore this one, Arjun! The girl, the basket she is carrying, the homes on either side with planters and all, the electrical wires above and all done in black and white– stunning. I think it is one of your best, too, Arjun. You are really in tune with the Muse these days. I only wish I could take photos half as powerful. You have a great vision of humanity.
Thanks Ellen. I agree, this one is my best so far but I suppose it’s more to do with the country I live in. People, structure and texture make up for great images, I’m a mere recording device.
I know what you are saying but you have to have an eye to see the subject and compose the photo and then know how to take it. You are definitely not just a recording device!! Plus you must pick a great title. It is work of art as a whole. Not a postcard (and even that takes an eye).
A student once asked Bukowski “How do you become a writer?”
Bukowski replied “You don’t choose writing, writing chooses you”
I think that’s true for every art form.
Thank you so much, Ellen! 🙂
a photo & a title with pure poetry
What will I do without you, Doris?!
You are adorable. Yes, it’s my humble attempt to write a poem as the title 🙂
I love how the alley is filled with shadows, and the woman walks in the only light.
Yup. Me too 🙂
timeless–almost could be the 19th century, minus a few wires.
…really like your title.
Wow, timeless, it is.
Thank you so much, John! 🙂
Arjun, lovely photo: I’m getting homesick! 🙂
In fact technically speaking, me too is bound to treat you princely 🙂
fantastic shot!! and the words – wonderful!
Beautiful photo of a real Labyrinth, it have also something of some streets here in Italy (cities by us in the south….Napels and ect ).
I checked online. Naples is a beautiful city, so colorful!
Yes it have to be beautiful, I’m living in Italy but haven’t see yet Naples…. who knows soon because it’s on my do list !
If it’s on your do list, It has to be soon. I bet.
You’re a determined woman, that much I know !
Not always……try to be, wish you a nice evening friend !
Someday we’ll hear a poem from you, about you !
I feel like I’m being swallowed into the labyrinth… Your photo tells a lot. Nice shot!
Yes, It does give that feeling, I ponder as you say.
I’m so glad you like the picture. Grazie!
I like the way the light is shining on her but her burdens are in the shade.
I like a poet’s interpretation!
We adorn them, eternally grateful, our purpose to be.
Oh my God! I may almost cry. The Light, always the light there, inside, calling us. Around, the world, and in the middle of all, the human, in form of a beatiful girl. You can not do it better! Congratulations!
I truly appreciate your kind words, Rafael. Thank you for stopping by.
This photograph says so much by itself. The fine details that enhance it’s meaning of life there. I like the quote too. I am a big quote person with my posts.
A ten page story sums up in a simple quote, instills in us new ideas and insight in an instant. The power of quotes is unparalleled.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I truly appreciate your beautiful comments and support.
I love this image! Thank you!
Thank you, Elisa!
Love the photo. love the quote. Magical. I’m most definitely saving this quote 🙂