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Get On Through

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This is a composite image made from photos I took in different places (the background was taken in Brussels' Central Station, the animal is an elephant I captured in Kenya). This picture is part of my series titled "Wild Animals Downtown". I wanted to generate a surreal atmosphere with a clean and unexpected composition (Every graphic element you see in my Flickr gallery comes from my own stock/production)

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Always Be a Beginner to See

 

A poem by Peter S. Quinn

 

You, always be a beginner to see

The runaway in motions close from you

The street's not empty if there is a tree

Shadowing your footsteps from the sky blue

Each of your moments is nearly not fed

Like rain bowing colours in cyberspace

The prism of few: yellow, purple, blue, red

Coming and visiting each of your place

Come see a few pictures there in your mind

Experience passing longitude in line

If I'm not wrong and you're not colour-blind

It's hard all those shades clearly to define

Closed book gets open a guide to the way

How you each moment meet with a new day.

 

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The poem appeared on www.poemhunter.com/peter-s-quinn

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Taken on December 12, 2008