Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Figures of Data- Thematic Photographic

Carmi is calling for 

A brief thought on data and how computers, 
cameras and other devices figure into our world today. 

Note: All images taken by my iPhone.  Go figure, right!


As our 


"The library, with its Daedalian labyrinth,
mysterious hush, and faintly ominous aroma
of knowledge,
has been replaced by the computers cheap glow,
pesky chirp, and data spillage."
P.J. O'Rouke

This Black and White photo is in honor of,
 and sums up
 my world outside.  
Well played winter.

Note of thanks: To hubby,
 for being a prop-assistant in the making of this post!

Thanks for stopping by and f you feel the urge to spread a bit of your own about data, please do and post your link here.

Do what you love.  Love what you do.
 Take your love and kindness everywhere you go.
But mostly, take good care of you.


Cloudia said...

Does Compute, Karen!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...


a 4letter word

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I do not think I could live without my computer and camera. I love the last quote! Enjoy your day!

Gail said...

When it comes to electronics I am the guy in the corner of the old school rooms with the dunce cap on his head.

Elephant's Child said...

Mind you, I love libraries. So much.

Cranberry Morning said...

Fun. Data, data, data. And that reminds me, i have multiple copies of some of my photos all piling up, taking up valuable data storage space. You should see my closets. Or maybe not.

Gilly said...

Fun photos! What would we do without computer nowadays??

PerthDailyPhoto said...

As much as computers are taking over the world :) Karen, the library will always be part of mine :)

Anonymous said...

You do this thematic challenges so well! You know I love your quotes, too. You art and photography so well. I admire you. Hug.

Murees Dupé said...

Your pictures are great. I like the clarity. I am ashamed to admit it, but I can't go without my computer. These days I store all my photos on there, instead of on SD cards. I don't know why.

RedPat said...

It's amazing how the world has changed.

Grace said...

Good job ~ I enjoyed looking back at those stuff, how the world has changed so much ~

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Camera + computer
Stir with internet

Bob Scotney said...

Even our libraries are full of computers now. Every detail of books you borrow is stored on their data banks. You must be more of an expert than me, Karen on using a smart phone camera.

Debbie said...

i am completely in love with technology and data....i'm not afraid to admit it. i could not live without my camera or google.....there, i said it!!!!

Common Household Mom said...

Yes, it's rather astounding that beautiful photos taken with our cameras these days are actually just streams of data.