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Sunday, August 2, 2009

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20 comments:

Brian Miller said...

intriguing...mysterious in itself. better late than never eh? nice job on the pic!

namaki said...

le flou est parfait !!!

Devika said...

Yes often thats the case--- post mortem says gall bladder failed! now don't ask me whats gall bladder and things like that...biology a mystery to me except that i know certain names :)

Wonderful effects on the picture, Lorraine :)

love,
dev

Maxine said...

I agree, beautiful effects the picture. But I can't read the writing! (Mind you, my eyes are completely shot & I recently tried glasses, but I just went and put them on & still can't see?) Any change you could post the text in the comments...or maybe I need a new eye doctor :(

Cindybrown said...

Nice Loraine, I like the softening of the picture and the font you used. It all ties together very well!

Laure said...

happy coincidence, Lorraine. we're tracking ...

the image is really fine!

Ken said...

Great use of blur focus and locution!

Lorraine said...

Better late than never indeed Brian lol

Merci beaucoup Namaki :)

Hey Dev, all things post-mortem are usually in the best interest of lawyers ;)

Dear Maxine, just click on the photo and it will become large and you'll be able to read the words, if not, let me know and I will write them in a comment ;)

Thanks very much CindyB ;)

Thanks Laure you're a sweety :)

Thanks for the great compliment Ken :)

Michael Rawluk said...

You nailed the photo perfectly to express the words.

Devika said...

Yes it has to be...or, take it from me including myself lawyers are good at turning things in their favour....for now I like to play a judge though ;)

a civil judge who keeps adjourning the decisions! :)

dev
dev

Lorraine said...

I like that thanks a lot Michael ;)

the bum!!! lol thanks Dev, you have all the quality of a lawyer,you are persistent, you want to make sure that you understand perfectly and that you are perfectly understood too. The hallmark of a great Lawyer, leave no stones unturned and always have the last word LOL

RBroeker said...

The day of my birth is the first day of my dying. And my death shall be the first day of my new life.

There are days, I really believe in this. And every day I know that I am mortal. Good haiga, Lorraine.

Best wishes
Ralf

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

this one has me thinking....

Lorraine said...

Ralf I understand, some days I believe so much, and in as much as I believe, I doubt, we are after all human beings :) thanks so much!

Don't worry if you doubt Andrew, we can discuss all the doubts when we're alive in Heaven lol

Magyar said...

the gate...
am I stepping in
or out

Fine photo and thought, Lorraine! _m

Timoteo said...

Quiet reflection.

Lorraine said...

Again Magyar, I am in awe of your interpretation :)

Thanks very much Timoteo :)

The Dark Lord said...

Very strong words there.. and I guess a scope for perception in more ways than one... The photo is intriguing!

Lorraine said...

TDL, thanks very much, I know the Soul never dies, and although I know intrinsically, sometimes I don't want to know, 'cause it seems so exhausting to live forever...;)

The Dark Lord said...

The thought of living forever is indeed exausting... its an irony, therefore, that we fear mortality so much!
Your comments, as your posts, go really deep... and they are a glimpse into your awesome mind..