reductionist theory: images, music & musings
Learning from rocks, trees and berries: in the true spirit of Amerindian seers!:) Red berries caught my attention in particular. Like human beings: men tend to delve into cosmic mysteries; women into matters of survival!?:) Could be a good illustration of Mohammed’s saying: Trust in God (like an abstract-thinking man), but tie your camel first (like a practical woman)!?:)
Borut~ I have been told I'm fairly impractical at times....mostly to do with my shoes;-)At the same time, I'm reminded of the "in-y" and "out-y" of women and men. We tend to be tenders, caring for our spaces and children. Men are out there wrasslin' with the beasties and protecting the home- that's rather practical I think.I like the quote about gods and camels..."Men act and women appear."~John Berger
Fanatastic series, Janetespecially loved the photos... & Borut is with his usual man/woman and God commentary --Men act and women appear --Oh, so true! :))wishes, devika
innies ~ outies and the paradox between the sexes.The message I received from the pictures and words is one of balance.It reminds me to enjoy the ride of the pendulum as it swings between the opposites of human nature. Thank you for the experience.
Larry~ you are always welcome to swing on by:-)Devika~ I'm so glad you enjoyed the photos. and as for Borut...what more is there besides man, woman & god ;-)
Beautiful, Janet. The haiku and the photos just dance together. The red font of the words is also striking. For some odd reason I'm thinking how fun it would be to enjoy a morning cup of coffee in a tree. (however it has to get warmer here first...) Cheers!
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