THE NOW.

THE NOW.
Old man winter, I have only one request. Leave now.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Thematic Photographic These Lines That

Just dropping a line to say hi!


With Carmi's Thematic Photographic


Straight Lines- (won't tie me down... no not never!)




"The best listeners listen between the lines." - Nina Malkin



So many lines in life, so little time ......






Putting lines in order.


"Summer softens lines that winter cruelly shows."
 - John Geddes

No matter where I journey, there are always lines____!





Tilting lines.

"If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person's point of view and see things from that person's angle as well as from your own."

- Henry Ford





If you throw me a line- make it good, okay?




Stand in line?  When I can play Hopscotch instead!


Don't just follow the line
jump out 
and
make your own
instead!


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25 comments:

Karen S. said...

Don't forget you can click on the photos to make them bigger! ...and for those of us tired of the snow and winter and snow and more winter- enjoy the unwinter photos! YES!

Michèle Dextras said...

I enjoy reading your texts as much as viewing the photos! Thanks Karen!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You have to draw the line somewhere...

Great pics, Karen!
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Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

this piece lined up quite nicely!

R. Mac Wheeler said...

nice shots

McGuffy Ann said...

Very cool pictures! What I do not like is people who "read between the lines", only making up stuff instead of actually listening to what I am saying. That happened recently. *sigh*
This is better!

Lisa Shafer said...

That top shot is great!

Rob From Amersfoort said...

You didn't cross the line :-).

Alexia said...

Great - you lined these up beautifully, Karen. I love the shot of the children!

Bob Scotney said...

Karen, you would be good at playing rugby - especially in the 'line-out.'

Or you could be an actress as you would never forget your lines.

Picture and word perfect again. So you have avoided 100 lines!

Gilly said...

I love that first one and the contrast between the metal? bars and the trees behind. And the children 'in line' - great!

Karen S. said...

Michele - Thanks I may enjoy the writing even more than the photos!

Karen S. said...

Thunder- I'd never really ever draw the line- or would I? _________!

Karen S. said...

Jerry thanks- and I've never been the best at math! Ha! Ha!

Karen S. said...

Gilly- the little girl in pink is my sweet grand-daughter! She had a blast that day! Although she was totally off script!

Karen S. said...

McG-Ann- I totally agree with you!

Karen S. said...

Lisa - Thanks- it's from my deck! I miss you playing your TP photo games, any chance you'll do them again?

Karen S. said...

Rob- Hi! Thanks I was trying hard not to cross the line! :)

Karen S. said...

Bob- Thanks! I love your humor!

Karen S. said...

Alexia- So happy to see you- the little one in pink is Lyra, my grand-daughter!

Snowcatcher said...

Great line perspectives, some I wouldn't even have thought of. I was jolted into current cycling news by the words on the rock, though...

Cloudia said...

I'm lining up to come back here!


Sending YOU Aloha
from Honolulu,
Comfort Spiral
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darlin said...

Love the unwinter photos Karen! I'm sure getting tired of winter, enough already!

I like the way you think outside of the box, outside of the lines in this case! :-)

Have a wonderful day/evening. Cheers.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I love these photos!! Especially the second one.

Carmi Levy said...

Thanks for unwintering us, Karen (wow, do I love that word!) I waved last week when I was flying to Vancouver. Our plane took the southern route at one point to take advantage of prevailing winds, so we were over Minnesota for a bit.