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04-APR-2010 Walter O. Koenig



Presumably reading a lot in diverse subjects and in different languages makes you more intelligent.
I find that the more I read, the more I realize how little I know.
Also the amount that I still need to read is always increasing.
Still, it is our favorite hobby and our discussions on reading could go on forever.

Most of the books on this shelf will never make it to a kindle, if they all do I'll eat one of my copies of Dostoevsky, "The Idiot".
(A big novel to eat)

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Dave Hein11-Apr-2010 09:09
Very nice collection!
Mairéad10-Apr-2010 09:21
This is a really cool shot. I too love looking at bookcases when I visit friends.
Frank Brault10-Apr-2010 02:30
A very clever idea for "intelligence". I love the distortion. You might view the distortion as a metaphor for the difference in the interpretation of the author and that of the reader, although both may be valid.

By the way, "The Idiot" is available for the Kindle, as are many of the classics. For example, I have Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. Do not fear though that you will have to eat one of your copies of "The Idiot". I am sure that some of those books are not available for Kindle. :)
GeneWard09-Apr-2010 22:25
great use of the fisheye
Mieke WA Minkjan09-Apr-2010 08:28
being able to read in different languages is a very good brain training
it looks like an interesting collection
well done for intelligence
Marcia Colelli09-Apr-2010 01:00
Nice fish eye V
Doug Cruden08-Apr-2010 19:03
I love browsing friends' bookcases....just wish I could read more of the spines! Super fish shot - LOL@jlmisc!!!!
Johnny JAG08-Apr-2010 19:00
That's an impressive show of intelligence
Bernard Davis08-Apr-2010 18:01
Excellent shot, great effect from the fish-eye.
claude08-Apr-2010 15:49
Impressive library and a uncommon perspective !
Yvonne08-Apr-2010 11:50
Looks a bit like ours - we never seem to have enough space on the shelves! Great shot with your fish eye mastery Walter!
Carl and Racine Erland08-Apr-2010 11:42
Looks like your library is expanding in relation to your desire....great shot and really works for 'intelligence'! - Racine
borisalex08-Apr-2010 06:25
The Idiot is a great book ....!
Bill Reed08-Apr-2010 02:43
Great image, I like the fish eye and the perspective. Well Done
Jeff Lobaugh08-Apr-2010 02:19
Great choice and I'm still loving that lens of yours. Just need to get a full frame sensor first.
Inga Morozoff08-Apr-2010 01:49
Now that's a book case!
Cindi Smith08-Apr-2010 01:26
One way to get it, for sure but you gotta take some time off to be goofy too! :) Love the fisheye!
carol j. phipps08-Apr-2010 01:25
The "eyes" have a job to do.
Ed McConnell08-Apr-2010 00:49
cool shot Walter..good choice.
maggie_falconi08-Apr-2010 00:33
Beautiful library, and wonderful book collection Walter, I'm sure you are a very intelligent man. You are so right: there is nothing like holding a real book in your hands! V
Stephanie08-Apr-2010 00:26
Books, books & more books! Cool view through your fish eye!
vatorman08-Apr-2010 00:11
But I see some evidence of 'play' with the toys on the lower shelves - true intelligence is to know when to have fun and play a little. Wonderful collection shot Walter.
J. Scott Coile07-Apr-2010 23:48
A good result. Humbling!
Bill Ewart Jr07-Apr-2010 23:42
great job!!!!!!
pkocinski07-Apr-2010 23:38
You may be on to something Walter - too many folks don't read books anymore!
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