Sunday, January 22, 2012

Mag 101

From Boris Hoppek's Tokyo exhibit "Ever"

55 comments:

  1. I'm not early. I'm late. This is last weeks.

    Love this new shot!

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  2. I apologize. Major screwup this week. I submitted my Magpie post and it seems to have disappeared into thin air. I can't find it. I'd appreciate it if you can erase me from position number 4. Thanks. Berowne.

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  3. Tess take the url for #1 down please.
    rel

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  4. thanks Miss Tess for this prompt again... have a great week ahead fellow bloggers. and blessed Sunday of course!... :-)

    JJRod'z

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  5. Berowne and Rel...gotcha covered...

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    1. Merci beaucoup ma cher. vous et tres gentile!

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    2. Unbelievable, what's happening this week. I finally got my post on your blog (at position 9), but when I click on it, the post is sent to ABC Wednesday!!! And I can't get it out.
      Any suggestions?

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  6. Once again, I don't have my serious head on...sorry! LOL

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  7. Heheh - I too attempted humor. Really bad humor :o)

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  8. Wonderful image. One of yours?

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  9. Credit where credit is due: The photo is from Toyko art exhibit called Ever mounted in 2010 by the contemporary German artist Boris Hoppek. My take is here.

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  10. DCW, no, not my image. I wish it was. Unfortunately, I don't know the creator, to give proper credit.

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  11. Roy...thank you! I will label the image!

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  12. thanks tess for stretching me here..took a while!

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  13. I'm glad to say I finally solved the problem; I did the whole thing over from scratch. I think it works now...

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  14. The pic leaves a lot to the imagination to work with. Thanks.

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  15. Haven't written anything, just had breakfast.

    But the photo made me want to burst into song "If you knew sushi, the way i knew sushi, oh, oh, oh what a girl!".

    But I didn't.

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  16. Awwww, man for some reason I did not see the caption under this pic so my Magpie is totally off. Maybe. Well, hopefully some will enjoy it anyway. :) Have a blessed week everyone! :)

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  17. You find some wonderful prompts, Tess. Muchos!

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  18. Ms. Geek...there is no such thing as "totally off"...don't let the photo credits have any sway on your creative juices!

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  19. Hmm... This one will take some time to wrap my head around. (Or perhaps I am still trying to regain emotional control of my writing after my last poem, which took a lot out of me.) I will write soon, though!

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  20. I think I "got" this one faster than any of the other prompts. :)

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  21. My first time to post here...the picture was thought provoking ~

    Nice to meet you ~

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  22. This took some mental gymnastics to wrap my head around and get my breathing down to normal

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  23. I hadn't done a MAG in a while. Today was the day. Definitely an interesting picture to contemplate.

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    1. One can only wonder whether photographer and model got the giggles!

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  24. I wonder if her butt got cold while the photographer posed this shot?

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  25. ...excellent image Miss Tess!!! happy to be part...!!!(:

    ~Kelvin

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  26. Love the prompt...it actually inspired two poems where feather appeared in both...so I posted both of them. Thanks for your wonderful work Tess.

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  27. Tess who is adept at finding the archetypal images
    Or do they find her?
    Still, they are fussy and would only come the way of the pure of heart
    Keep carrying that ring Frodo !

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    1. Have to go to work- will visit everyone later-thanks.
      http://izzy-conversing.blogspot.com/2012/01/mag-101-in-name-of-art.html

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  28. Now I'm linked (nice round #50)and now I'm leaving another comment. I always jump the gun. Good show!

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  29. Thank you Tess! You challenge me every time!

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  30. Thanks for the enigma! Once again...

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  31. It's my first time at this forum. I hope I did the steps right.

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  32. My link (No.68) is a late addition to No.59 . . and just wait till I catch up with that Trellissimo! (Even so, it's an engaging prompt.)

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  33. A Belated Happy 100th to The Mag, Tess. :)

    I'm afraid mine this week is terribly convoluted....but it kept me out of trouble!

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  34. Hi Tess, great photo, and I loved your poem, but took mine in a somewhat different direction, even changing mood of drawing a fair amount. Thanks, as always. K.

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  35. I'm really rapt about this one. Thank you Tess.

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  36. After a little absence, I made it this week!

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  37. Coming in a bit late on this one. Sharing a piece I've been pecking away at. A little out of my element on this, out of my comfort zone! Sort of felt the need to add a disclaimer, so here it is:
    "This scene a dream; no afternoon foray…
    the only way I stray is with word play!"

    Thanks for the interesting prompt, Tess!

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  38. This one was a challenge indeed....thank you Tess!! :-)

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  39. Tore me right back to being 17 again for some reason. Felt fuzzy and fresh when I saw the prompt!

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  40. Sometimes the most challenging prompts make for the best inspiration!

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  41. This one was great. I was away on vacation playing gigs down south for a couple of weeks...missed a couple pics. Is there a way to view past Mag pics/entries?

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