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Old 02-19-2009, 05:39 PM   #141
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Old 02-19-2009, 05:41 PM   #142
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Thanks for the comment. I think I like the second pic too because of the composition.

What does the 3rd pic mean to you, kalim....
To me, it's a very personal image. I think, as with most evocative photographs, the artist captured something personal to him, but in our commonality as humans, we experience it in a way that feels unique to each of us. The viewer's focus is instantly drawn to the sewer grate, strewn with leaves, a gaping maw that swallows life. Indeed, the white line marking the road edge seems to separate us from it, life vs. death. Out of place, it's a structure of concrete and metal superimposed on a green grassy lawn, a man-made object interfering with nature. It signifies a separation from that nature, one which would have recycled those leaves, a continual cycle of life and death, consumption and replenishment, now interrupted by man's activities. The grate as we look down at it, ultimately serves as a reminder that we, too, are being consumed by our own industrialization. The viewer is left with the essential question: can we ever hope to reach the sustainability that we've tried to replace with artificial means?
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Old 02-19-2009, 05:41 PM   #143
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LMAO, i just saw the tag, "gapless with no bulge"
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Old 02-19-2009, 05:41 PM   #144
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LOL.

Jay are you driving your car down to SD this weekend?


Also i'm not coming up to SF anymore , my friend changed the date so yeah.
yea, i'm leaving tonight.

come up here anyway

oh and if you're thinking that i can deliver some ice cream to you, i can't be held responsible if the container gets to you empty.
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Old 02-19-2009, 05:42 PM   #145
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look at all of our sigs.
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To me, it's a very personal image. I think, as with most evocative photographs, the artist captured something personal to him, but in our commonality as humans, we experience it in a way that feels unique to each of us. The viewer's focus is instantly drawn to the sewer grate, strewn with leaves, a gaping maw that swallows life. Indeed, the white line marking the road edge seems to separate us from it, life vs. death. Out of place, it's a structure of concrete and metal superimposed on a green grassy lawn, a man-made object interfering with nature. It signifies a separation from that nature, one which would have recycled those leaves, a continual cycle of life and death, consumption and replenishment, now interrupted by man's activities. The grate as we look down at it, ultimately serves as a reminder that we, too, are being consumed by our own industrialization. The viewer is left with the essential question: can we ever hope to reach the sustainability that we've tried to replace with artificial means?
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to me, it's a very personal image. I think, as with most evocative photographs, the artist captured something personal to him, but in our commonality as humans, we experience it in a way that feels unique to each of us. The viewer's focus is instantly drawn to the sewer grate, strewn with leaves, a gaping maw that swallows life. Indeed, the white line marking the road edge seems to separate us from it, life vs. Death. Out of place, it's a structure of concrete and metal superimposed on a green grassy lawn, a man-made object interfering with nature. It signifies a separation from that nature, one which would have recycled those leaves, a continual cycle of life and death, consumption and replenishment, now interrupted by man's activities. The grate as we look down at it, ultimately serves as a reminder that we, too, are being consumed by our own industrialization. The viewer is left with the essential question: Can we ever hope to reach the sustainability that we've tried to replace with artificial means?
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too bad you're coming so late jay

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but you can take some home and put it in the freezer for me
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but you can take some home and put it in the freezer for me
I can't be held responsible if that container gets to you empty.
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what kind of ice cream do you want
you got cookie dough?
or
what's that flavor everyone keeps talking about?

edit: just remembered, was it Tin Roof? or something like that?
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yea, i'm leaving tonight.

come up here anyway

oh and if you're thinking that i can deliver some ice cream to you, i can't be held responsible if the container gets to you empty.


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look at all of our sigs.
yeah, i've noticed.

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I can't be held responsible if that container gets to you empty.
LMAO!

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To me, it's a very personal image. I think, as with most evocative photographs, the artist captured something personal to him, but in our commonality as humans, we experience it in a way that feels unique to each of us. The viewer's focus is instantly drawn to the sewer grate, strewn with leaves, a gaping maw that swallows life. Indeed, the white line marking the road edge seems to separate us from it, life vs. death. Out of place, it's a structure of concrete and metal superimposed on a green grassy lawn, a man-made object interfering with nature. It signifies a separation from that nature, one which would have recycled those leaves, a continual cycle of life and death, consumption and replenishment, now interrupted by man's activities. The grate as we look down at it, ultimately serves as a reminder that we, too, are being consumed by our own industrialization. The viewer is left with the essential question: can we ever hope to reach the sustainability that we've tried to replace with artificial means?
thats' deep man
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you got cookie dough?
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what's that flavor everyone keeps talking about?

edit: just remembered, was it Tin Roof? or something like that?
Yes, Tin Roof
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Awesome, thanks. I didn't see it the 4 times you posted it in the other thread.
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all kinds of squeak ownage in this thread already!!


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