Random Photos – Week 50/15

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16 thoughts on “Random Photos – Week 50/15

  1. skybright1 18/12/2015 / 11:54 am

    Some lovely colours but I am getting anxious about that Crack In The World! Like your new heading!

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    • Claudette 18/12/2015 / 7:25 pm

      The Crack is contained! 🙂 At least in my part of the world in my garden – not sure about reality.

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      • skybright1 18/12/2015 / 9:39 pm

        yes well we can only know a bit about our own part of reality so let’s hope that keeps pretty solid. Liked the rusty comments -watch out for tetanus everyone with those cracks that appear now and then. Think I’m in trouble already as one doesn’t “qualify” for a tetanus vaccination after hitting 75.
        So “rusty edges” keep away!

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  2. Olga 18/12/2015 / 1:20 pm

    The ‘Crack into the World’ sparked my curiosity. I looked at the larger image and I’m intrigued. The ‘Carnival Glass’ is also impressive.

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    • Claudette 18/12/2015 / 7:24 pm

      Hi Olga, I took the Crack into the World photo las week – the one in last weeks random photos I liked a bit better as you could see a glimpse o vibrant life through the crack – but I like this one too. They are in an old metal milk or cream churn that I have in my garden, and they just struck me as being interesting. When I am feeling philosophical those cracks can also tell a very relevant story about the world. I love the orange carnival glass, an I was luky enough to find this piece many years ago at an antique shop. My Mum has a small bowl in the exact style and colour as this which I have always admired.

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      • Olga 19/12/2015 / 3:57 am

        Concerning the crack, that’s what I thought it was– the camera looking through a rusted-out section of something metal. The layers of meaning in the image are captivating. A story in a crack. Thanks for explaining. Cheers. Merry Christmas .

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  3. Jesska 18/12/2015 / 5:43 pm

    🙂 I’m a bit worried about the crack too – though I wouldn’t mind it so much if the bits round the crack didn’t look so rusty….

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    • Claudette 18/12/2015 / 7:19 pm

      Ah – but that is life – the bits around the edge of life where it is cracked are often rusty, just waiting to give us tetanus if we don’t take care and look after ourselves. My philosophy for today!

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  4. RuthsArc 18/12/2015 / 9:11 pm

    Pretty daisies and love the raindrops on the lily. The crack in the world reminds me of Dr Who back with Amy Pond.

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    • Claudette 20/12/2015 / 10:03 am

      Yes, I think that is where the name came from – The best Dr. Thank Ruth

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  5. Osyth 20/12/2015 / 3:22 am

    Of course I love the crack – I loved last week’s too but the pleasure of those beautiful flowers blooming when we are facing the shortest day and little in the way of vibrant natural colour is a gift that I must thank you for!

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    • Claudette 20/12/2015 / 10:01 am

      You are most welcome – I do love flowers and never get tired of photographing them.

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