Sunday, March 24, 2013

Mag 161

Not to be Reproduced, 1937 by the Belgian surrealist René Magritte

39 comments:

  1. Oh, to see ourselves as others see us? LOL

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  2. Jinsky, I wait to see your take on the photo!

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    1. Everything comes to he who waits - or she, for that matter. My take is well and truly 'up', as the Blogland jargon would have us say...

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    2. Jinksy, Jinksy, ‘Comes to he or she’? Tut Tut.

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  3. Happy to be linking up this Sunday ~

    Have a lovely day ~

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  4. Meaningful Palm Sunday everyone!...

    God bless!..

    JJRod'z

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  5. Love Surrealism. Thank you, Tess for the prompt.

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  6. Interesting image, a lot of paths could be taken with this one. I chose the first that came to mind!

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  7. Intriguing prompt, Tess. Thanks!

    =)

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  8. Thanks Tess, will be back later to visit everyone!

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  9. Thanks again, Tess... and congrats on your book!!

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  10. Thank you for your inspiration! http://starvingactivist.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/for-me-the-sunshine-award/

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  12. Ooerrr!

    The book is reflected as would be expected
    but the young man must be in disgrace.
    His chocolate style hair invokes such despair
    that he can't look himself in the face.

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  13. Plenty of fun to be had with this one.
    Thanks Tess.

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  14. Gets better all the time..thanks!!

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  15. ok, but don't make me stand on stage and read it aloud.

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  16. Oh, I enjoyed this one! Thanks.

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  17. Thanks Tess for another challenging image

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  18. I've wished for a mirror like that!

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  19. A rather quick entry this week. I'll no doubt be finding typos in it as I go along. Quite a fun one!

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  20. Hell there., Come, travel with me! :)

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  21. Well THANKS to "Ramblings From a Mum" [JENNY]

    I've how found another writing activity to get my creative juices flowing. In my first writing endeavor here I decided to use a series of four different HAIKU which merge into one thought. I've got three other blog sites [one is also my website], since this is on BlogSpot, I posted a link to my response there. Comments are ALWAYS WELCOME. Hope you'll decide to follow me there.

    Have a GREAT DAY !!!

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  22. Gosh I know it's Tuesday morning, but from the moment I saw this back-sided man I had to bring him some sort of story!

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  23. I'm here at last with a piece from my heart; I've never seen this image before but it really spoke to me.

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  24. Interesting prompt... thought-provoking

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  25. I just never know when I'm going to stop by here and be utterly compelled to attack the prompt. Today was one of those days!

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  26. I did reproduce it! Je suis désolé Monsieur Magritte!
    Thanks for hosting, Tess.

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  27. Reflections in a Mirror
    Haiku poetry for contest!

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  28. Here's my post- http://ektakhetan.blogspot.in/2013/03/man-in-mirror.html

    Comments awaited!

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  29. Great site, my first attempt, will keep coming for more.http://middleeastmasala.wordpress.com/

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