Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Anonymous said...

Perfect! :)

"What kind of bird are you, if you can't fly?" said he. To this the duck replied, "What kind of bird are you if you can't swim?" as it dove into the pond" ~
~Sergei Prokofiev, Peter and the Wolf ~

guess we can learn from them all -- if one lets the mind to be free -- we sometimes are slaves of our own ego,


ps: i seem to have lost my 'identity' here -- that much of 'ego' is gone -- good; though i'm not liking my anony-mouse status so much )

Anonymous said...

Tell me about it, and thanks again for yesterday, it helped a lot...I've lost mine too, I'm anonymous or I'm nothing, ps I love getting mail from everywhere, so If it's not expensive or out of your way send me something anything a small square of an old torn material or a shiny penny or anything at all, I love mail and I will respond, and I love suprises, but not if it gets you out of your way! anonymously yours, Lorraine

Anonymous said...

:) free your mind of all bondings...not possible at all times; but during creative vacations it happens -- you would know that :) -- the trick may be to adopt that state of mind,

and on surprises -- in fact i'm not very good at any of these niceties -- but to you i'll send, out of the blue...give me your house address in the email :)


Brian Miller said...

learning to flow has been an ambition of mine...just letting it roll and not letting obstacles trip me up...nice duck...

Magyar said...

among the throngs

TALON said...

Gorgeous shot! He looks contemplative, Lorraine. We can learn a lot from animals.

Margie said...


Anonymous said...

It's so hard to do Dev

Brian, there is this ingrained mistrust that I find hard to let go, maybe I should stop looking for it, right? thanks for your great comment

Doug, I'm happy to report that I have never sought approval - I don't need it

You are so right Talon, my friend

Thanks sweetie :)

goatman said...

A male mallard.
You can bet there are others' nearby.