Thursday, May 01, 2008

Pensieve's 40 or less Photo Challenge # 1


I have very nervously decided to join in Robin's Friday Photo Challenge!
Robin wants us to be Inspired by what we see and how we interpret her picture, and write:

* - A 40-or-less-word caption
* - A 40-or-less-word title
* - A 40-or-less-word post
* - A 40-or-less-word poem
* - 40 or less syllables of either!

Short...sweet...and hopefully a lot of fun!


Now this is the photo and my caption is below:

A child opens her heart and soul to the world
Embracing everything with a thirst for knowledge and the innocence of youth
If only life remained this simple and joyful she would be for ever carefree.

So if you are looking for inspiration for a post how about giving this a go, you will find all the details here!

Archives:
2007: Local Market Day

Labels:

22 Comments:

At 1/5/08 14:42, Blogger Ari_1965 said...

I always think that fountain figure is saying, "Whoooooh. Feel that breeze through my undies!"

 
At 1/5/08 15:52, Blogger thefoodsnob said...

I think that's a lovely caption!

Lisa

 
At 1/5/08 16:21, Blogger john.g. said...

Very good, Chris! How about "Please get me off this ball!"

 
At 1/5/08 16:36, Blogger Asha said...

Beautiful statue and love it's meaning too. Yes, it would be so much fun to be a child forever and feel that way!:))

 
At 1/5/08 17:26, Blogger lisa marie said...

I love it and think you're spot on!

 
At 1/5/08 17:51, Blogger Steffi said...

Beautiful statue!Have a nice 1st May!
Greetings to Beccy!

 
At 2/5/08 02:37, Blogger BS said...

Wonderfully done !!

 
At 2/5/08 05:56, OpenID marmiteandtea said...

Lovely Chris, well done.

 
At 2/5/08 06:20, Blogger bichonpawz said...

Terrific caption and love the fountain figure! Have to laugh at ari1965's comment...LOL

 
At 2/5/08 12:30, Anonymous Robin said...

You absolutely, positively have NO reason to be nervous! THAT was perfect, Chris...it could be engraved at her feet and passers-by would write it down to think on later.

You do NOT give yourself enough credit! I see a poet's heart in you struggling to get out :).

Thanks for throwing caution to the wind. Keep it up!

 
At 2/5/08 14:46, Blogger Kim said...

I love the way that you captured her. Very well done.

 
At 2/5/08 14:50, Blogger Peculiar said...

This was really nice. I especially liked the last line.

 
At 2/5/08 15:03, Blogger Cheryl said...

Lovely. Nice job.

 
At 2/5/08 15:03, Blogger Cheryl said...

This comment has been removed by the author.

 
At 2/5/08 15:25, Blogger kitten said...

That is just beautiful!

 
At 2/5/08 16:47, Blogger storyteller said...

What a lovely response to this statue ... optimistic and hopeful images for our children ... and for the future!

I've participated today at Sacred Ruminations ... combining Robin's challenge with Haiku Friday.
Hugs and blessings,

 
At 2/5/08 18:10, Anonymous Amber (Imperishable Beauty) said...

That was very nice!
(I also like the first comment on here - LOL.)

 
At 2/5/08 20:51, Blogger Carrie Sue said...

Simple, joyful & carefree... perfect!

 
At 3/5/08 02:47, Blogger Chel said...

Don't we all wish we could keep that youthful innocence?!

 
At 3/5/08 03:47, Blogger Tammy said...

Your comment is so very true.

 
At 3/5/08 03:55, Blogger Mariposa said...

So so true!

 
At 4/5/08 06:25, Blogger karisma said...

Exactly! You hit the nail on the head!

 

Post a Comment

<< Home