Sunday, May 16, 2010

192: Intelligent Life 4/4

19 comments:

  1. hmmhmmmhmmm ... no, I don't get it :-). But I like the mood of this series --- departing, arriving, waiting, looking out of the window ....

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  2. Love the "Intelligent Life" series, all seem like a bit of a break from your usual pics. Very nice.

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  3. On the blog you have amazing photos. I like to photograph his son Matěj. Have a nice day Radka.

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  4. Aha... Martina... you assumed I went somewhere... why? The keys were stationary and not moving... look again at the 4 photographs... I worked the whole weekend :(

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  5. Naa, I didn't. I assumed it was an arrival ... back from some nice vacation to work .... let me think some more .... you are caged? Sitting at your desk, longing for the keys, no chance, looking out of the window - no rescue, back to work ... puh, I am tired and don't feel I get this interpretation right .... :-(.

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  6. I just looked at the four photographs and figured they were all from the desk. Now they make sense. I hadn't noticed they were a series until today.

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  7. Ok Martina - let me try - although I admit that maybe I am being a little out there and far fetched... First one keys (you asked where I was going....), second one, windo (staying put... looking out and not going anywhere - others going places), third one, desk - I ask myself who has the intelligent life in that pic - ironically the one more like me is the one on the cover of the Economist.... lastly (which I hoped would give it to you)... my desk... Intelligent life, working on the weekend... I think not - although we like to think so... got it... get it.... good! I will try again sometime maybe :)

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  8. Hi Joan... that is definitely the other story in there :)

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  9. I like this, a picture of an office brings me feelings of stress, but also a feeling of trust. The thing I can depend on, my job, the thing I probably am good enough in and gives me security.
    I love how you worked up to this photo with the past three photos. I think I would have put a photo of a clock also, as I can't wait sometimes to get the hell out of there.. geuss the keys have the same effect.

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  10. Would have been a good idea Biana if we had a clock in the office... I think I am not allowed to see the time - it may lead me to believe I have somewhere else to go :)

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  11. It all tells me you like to look at work but not actually do it. LOL!!

    Hi Sean, good to see your comment on my blog. Just teasing with the above remark. :) Love the shot of the church below this.

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  12. Gorgeous light! Love how you've seen and captured this!!

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  13. the name's Marlow, Phillip Marlowe

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  14. This is a superb shot. I can see a lot of work went into it...you are giving me the urge to get my camera and hit the road again.
    Thanks for the inspiration

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  15. Hehe, I like SAPhotographs remark ;-)

    Yes, I see - I was totally off the track :-( Everything is so clean and tidy at your desk so I thought of a hotel room, perhaps business trip, but not really ... you should see my office desk ...

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  16. And where does the bottle of wine fit in ... huh?

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  17. They say your desk is a reflection of your state of mind...

    JULIE!!!! Not wine - water... interesting perception...

    Baron.... just do it!

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  18. Great light...could be one lazy afternoon, tired of uploading photos and decide... for a nap?

    Nice capture contrejour, love the details!

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  19. Mirela... on the weekend at work... it could happen :)

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