Tuesday Inspiration

  • Posted May 11, 2010 by Mark Viewed 4639 times
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By popular demand, the results of the previous post [photoblog.com]

The questions is can I shoehorn it into the Tuesday Inspiration theme of the week?

Some people claim that to straighten things out you have to tear down the old and start a fresh. A sentiment perhaps echoed inarticulately by disenfranchised immigrant youths setting fire to cars and then stoning the firemen or more articulately by various revolutionary groups or as unconsciously here in the hasty, archetypal, apocalyptic drawings of a 6 year old.

The picture is an aggregation of the past weeks happenings, the Walpurgis bonfire [photoblog.com], a thunderstorm, a skull and cross bones sticker received from a friend on his birthday party and too many Scooby Doo cartoons.

Othe participants might be:
CathyB [photoblog.com]
365DandFeby [photoblog.com]
Djnana [photoblog.com]
Girafferacing [photoblog.com]
GKorts [photoblog.com]
Jan03 [photoblog.com]
Jarvo [photoblog.com]
JustGood [photoblog.com]
KellyBee322 [photoblog.com]
Latecomer [photoblog.com]
LevonTheLights [photoblog.com]
lgnelson [photoblog.com]
lisaliu [photoblog.com]
Lynda [photoblog.com]
Matteahmb [photoblog.com]
MoMac [photoblog.com]
Mystic1 [photoblog.com]
Nellinka [photoblog.com]
Quiksilver1781 [photoblog.com]
Ratcher [photoblog.com]
Revenant [photoblog.com]
Ryana [photoblog.com]
Tennischick [photoblog.com]
TheBronzeBow [photoblog.com]
TracySeeger [photoblog.com]
Wasichseh [photoblog.com]

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      2010.05.11 Edited

      There's nothing more telling than a child's paintings! I love all the elements of this one. And, who knows, he may "turn into" (theme!) a great artist some day! Sweet post, YD!

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      2010.05.11 Edited

      Why does my photo of 9th May come up when I click your "previous post" ? maybe you were going to comment on it and accidently included it here.
      BTW Nice inspiration your son has a good imagination.

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      2010.05.10 Edited

      You can never have too many Scooby Doo cartoons, old man.

      A very interesting take on the theme. I remember November 17 "press releases", a mishmash of badly written, terribly mistaken ideology which, we all later discovered, was drafted by a former university professor. Articulated or not, there's a big difference between today's theme and nihilism.