I smiled a little when I saw what Leya envisioned for her One Image/One Story challenge: “Pick one or two, maybe three?” Ahh, how cute. Three is a lonely number. How about other 15.
This is how I do it every time. If a little story unfolds when I look at a photo, I know: this is the photo that I wish to post. In fact, this is how I look at the world around me as such, as a well of stories. No wonder that I’m never bored.
My Canadian friend in Pippi found a quotation that sums up blogging well for those of us who are lucky and don’t have to sell anything. Goethe should know.
Here are my few more or less reasonable words for today and some fine-ish pictures: 18 haikus that accompany my 18 examples of how an image evokes a story.
As usually, they come from here, Italy, and there, Slovenia, just like I do. Keep warm, we are almost at the freezing point and I hear many of you are even lower.
Oh, one photo needs an explanation, the one of the helicopter. There was no new accident but the scene reminded me of the 1998 Cavalese cable car crash when a US Marine aircraft flew too low in the Dolomites in Italy in order for the pilots to “have fun” and “take videos of the scenery”, cut the cable and caused a tragedy. Don’t do that.
As for that restaurant where you can eat with bitcoins? It’s “Pirat” in Piran. You’re welcome. 😀
For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Leya: One Image/One Story
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