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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Thematic Photographic - #244

"What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that's gone forever, impossible to reproduce." - Karl Lagerfeld



Thematic Photographic- 

Now I definitely know, Carmi is challenging our pursuit for live and current photos.  How do I know this?


He's given us frozen, as our theme now that (spring and summer-like) weather finally arrived.  


So I shall offer ( a dear to my heart) frozen,  
Because I'm totally-tired of  seeing ice and snow photos, so I give you -


A photo of me, on my last visit (frozen in my memories) to (can you guess where) not that long ago.   It was an awesome visit, and I actually rode the Light Rail about 20 miles from the suburb I used to live in all the way to this very spot!


Some of our best kept memories are FROZEN within us!

"Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it."  - L. M. Montgomery



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12 comments:

darlin said...

I love your take on frozen! Carmi's photo makes me want soft ice cream now though and I can't eat that stuff... sheesh! lol

I love this photo, the location of it I don't have a clue... I'm only starting to venture out into the world. Whatever that arch is it makes for a wonderful photo, simple yet there if you know what I mean.

Have a wonderful day!

JJ said...

St. Louis is fabulous, and you captured it exquisitely!

TexWisGirl said...

that's a great shot. :)

Cloudia said...

Good meditation on memory! :-)

Aloha

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I've never been to St. Louis. Nice Gateway Arch shot!
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Bob Scotney said...

Just for a moment I thought you were on Infinity Bridge over the River Tees - but I knew it couldn't be. Great photo frozen in time.

Jess Brady said...

Nice interpretation and great shot! :)

Gilly said...

Its a great shot! I have actually been up that arch many years ago! It was a bit scary as it swayed in the wind - but fabulous views!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

One of my frozen memories is of people looking like ants from the top of the Gateway Arch when I took the ride up to the top of it while doing some sight-seeing on our trip to the Missouri State High School Debate Finals in 1976. We lost in the first two rounds and were eliminated, but I was still glad to go!

By the way, Arlynda had me watch the episode of Mike &Molly, with the little girl from the Subaru commercial in it. Your husband has a good eye! Of course, you already knew that since he keeps it lovely focused on you--right?

sage said...

The St. Louis arch--it is worth it to suffer the stuffing into those washing machine like cars for the ride to the top!

Max Sartin said...

Great take on the frozen theme, and wonderful perspective of what I'm guessing is the St.Louis arch.

~✽Mumsy✽~ said...

What a fantastic shot of you!