Friday, March 30, 2007

Tell me a story...



To the viewers of this blog, yes all four of you, I have updated the settings so that comments could be easier. Just click the link and fire away in the pop up window. Based on all or any of the pictures above, tell me a story. It is not mandatory, but might be fun. Actually, I just want to add a bit of colour to the rather drab previous posts.
Go ahead, tell me what you see.

5 comments:

Maria said...

Hi Capt,

This first picture reminds me of choices. In life, we are given many choices. We must be wise in picking the best because the choice that we make defines us and determines us...

The second picture brings to mind a person who may not be very outstanding in life or career or anything at all but never to under estimate her/his capabilities because she/he in whatever capacity may be useful to the society or you in some way.

I had a hard time thinking about the third picture but eventually I thought that it reminds me of our mouth. We must be cautious and careful in whatever we say because once we say it out, there is no returning or undoing what we said. Just like the tap. Once you open the tap, there's no way you can take the water back which you had earlier released from the tap.

Geez...I don't think I really told a story but just to post some of my thoughts and give my feedback of how I interpret the pictures...I must say it's fun!

Apandi said...

Excellent. Shows that it comes from within. The tap thing really piqued me, never thought of it that way before.

Even carp is useful as fertiliser, if you know how to use it instead of complaining that its dirty and smells.

Choices, ahhh, this is definitely my archilles heel. Hate having to make them.

Apandi said...

Opps I mean crap not carp. Carp is good is steamed with ginger...

Mat Salo said...

Cap'n...mekyam ada nak leave post tapi xbole, she left it on mine re: 'x mark the spot - exquisite!' Err... ko sound besday coming up to nak apa2 ker..he..

Apandi said...

MS, macam-macam aku nak... 105 VR ke, 70 - 200 VR ke, 200 f2.8 ke ...
he he he.

Mekyam; thanks, but could be better with the proper lens.