Sunday, November 07, 2010

Heady Stuff

~ click image to make biggerer ~ 

He looked out of the window as the world sailed by. 
He wanted to be part of the movement 
wishing he could swim, dive, fish 
but it was hard to do without a body.


[Can you see the skull in the window?]
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Sunday 160 - Tell a story in 160 Characters.
monkeyman

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Weekend Reflections[2]


36 comments:

  1. Hi Nessa! Love your 160 character story!! Also, big congrats on your NANO word count! Woo-Hoo!!!

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  2. A most fascinating reflection! And the story has a delightful twist!

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  3. bwahaha...nicw capture...between you and monkey...we are getting more ghosts after halloween than before...smiles. nice 160.

    my 160

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  4. No body, aw. I think I can see it, in the lower right corner.;))
    Have a nice Sunday,
    xo

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  5. When you show people how much joy you feel from using your time to do what enables you to feel good, you show people how to deliberately reclaim their inner power. When you do things on purpose, it enables you to feel good and also more in control of how you feel. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. I could see 2 apparations. Great image and terrific 160.

    Mine's here.

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  7. I like how you combined the Weekend Reflection with the 160 Character Story. I did see the skull, looking again there could be two. Nicely done, hope you enjoyed that extra hours sleep.,

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  8. I couldn't see the skull, really glad you explained! Though, it could have been a ghost or something without a body...
    Thanks for the comment. You are doing wonderful too, 10564 is great!

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  9. Excellent! Hope you're having a lovely weekend.

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  10. For me, I was glad you pointed us toward the skull. Great picture and word story.

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  11. ghost?

    lovely 160.
    refreshing read.

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  12. Made me chuckle! Thanks for the laugh.

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  13. An excellent 160 and awesome pic - love it!

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  14. Oh my gosh...first off, the written work of your is outstanding...eerie yet so intriguing at the same time. Whoa.

    And then, the picture, I thought I could see the skull without enlarging it, but had to make it biggerer to double check...my word, that is such a fitting painting for your prose. Amazed, I am.

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  15. I probably need new glasses, I don't see anything, lol !

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  16. Yes! Love this. Great 160 and thanks for contributing.

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  17. I suppose he did swim once upon a time.
    I wonder if he drowned!
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  18. ah - a skull's dreams...had to look very close to see it...should wear my glasses while blogging....

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  19. Another perspective is you look through the window (which is an extension of self) at different aspects of self that take shape in perceived form to reflect back at you as teachers. Notice the feelings each thing evokes. The whole process of awakening can do nothing but serve you. It all merges into the unconditional love and acceptance you are and have now but through things, mind tells you that you are still seeking.

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  20. Awww! The poor skeleton! Always watching and never participating...

    Really neat l60. Love the reflection photo - it's gorgeous.

    Looks like you're doing great with the NaNoWriMo!

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  21. we ALL have to dream LOL! he might have dreamed a little sooner tho!

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  22. I love that photo. Although to be honest, I can't really see a skull.

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  23. Wow---awesome photo... great 160,
    very good work,
    cheers,
    joanny

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  24. Now that's fun. Thanks for that. And thanks for your visit to my blog today.

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  25. Another great story. I think I could make out the skull. In the bottom, middle pane?

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  26. Nice one. Have a great week.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  27. The saturation on this picture is, at first glance, stunning. Then you look more deeply, and the adventure begins. Completely brilliant.

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  28. Especially when you're down to skin and bones. Or is that just bone?

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  29. I am dying here LMAO! No body? Too funny sorry but I can't see the skull I'll take your word for it!
    Hey Vanessa you were the only one to notice that I contrasted stories in my Sedoka you such a sharp girl!

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  30. Yes, I can see the skull... Funny shot ! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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