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...night and time to howl
08-SEP-2004

...night and time to howl

Nikon D70
1/500s f/8.0 at 62.0mm with Flash full exif

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Cristine Varney21-Sep-2005 22:52
I believe I have always understood you.. Your English is fine. You know, I only really thought about it not being perhaps so easy for you, until I read all of the comments here from your Countrymen... You speak and write very well.

I agree with both of you.. There is something else here that is difficult for the mind to articulate. Perhaps it is just a knowledge that the heart holds and sees.. Inspiration, new beginings, a continuation of our journey through life, looking forward to the future.. All of those are close..but not "it"..
Thank you so much my happy friend..for your visits and for you %;)x0x love to you and yours x0x
PauloCGama21-Sep-2005 21:14
maybe my English is not good enough to write about this one. however i want you to know i love it! Budster is strong and impressive and the light awesome. i agree with Joe.
;-)
hugs&hugs
Cristine Varney11-Sep-2004 23:04
Perhaps the universal sense or feeling of longing to be free? The fenced animal gazes over his shoulder at the vast unknown at the other side of his pen? You and I know it is actually a fenced in reservoir; but perhaps the image suggests the thoughts I described?
Just picking my way along your possible thoughts :). Thank you for the look and comment, my friend.
Joe Vigliotta11-Sep-2004 19:00
This, seems, incoherently, to be much more than what I see in the image. Although the image stands well on its own, both the sky and the Budster, the fence seems to contribute some feeling that I am not quite able to put my finger on! There is a message here, between Bud, and the fence, but I can't, for the life of me, put my finger on it.
Cheers
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