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Monday, 1 March 2010

Theme Day - Passageway

The first of a new month already! The theme for March is passageways. This image shows not only the obvious passageway along the path between the trees but also the small boy with the ball suggests the beginning of his passage through life. His smallness compared to the huge trees.
Is that arty farty enough for you?

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19 comments:

lewi14 said...

Wonderful photo and a worthy contribution for the theme day. I like your mind about the little boy. It's interesting.

Ben said...

Nice shot! I bet it's so beautiful in autumn.

Kate said...

Love the two levels of thought, and, yes, it is artsy fartsy enough for me!!

B SQUARED said...

Very 'arty farty.'

Hilda said...

Such beautiful, majestic trees! And artsy-fartsy (that's how we say it here) or not, I love that you kept the little boy and the ball in your photo.

Sharon said...

Great photo and certainly words to contemplate. Perfectly arty, I'd say.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

a beautiful place to walk and such a great composition

50two said...

Haha that should do on the artsy-fartsy scale. Seriously though, nice shot and it's always good to include a human element.
Is it Regents or Hyde Park? Or neither?

Rob said...

What an excellent theme you mentioned. Perhaps this boy will become a star for Manchester United. (The team I follow on the TV when televised)

Ivy said...

Love the grand trees. Must be an amazing path to walk all through the year.

Gunn said...

Very pretty.
I have to admit that i followed the "passageway" to the end with my eyes, but I did not see the boy and the ball, until I had read the text under the photograph.
.... time to buy glasses ??

jabblog said...

Lovely image and good thoughts.

Nimo said...

what a beautiful passageway! I must add this to my list of places to visit next time I'm in London!

Virginia said...

Parfait! :)
V

J Bar said...

Good one.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Jilly said...

Not arty farty at all but a lovely double meaning for the photo. Very nice and touching.

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee
Better arty than farty...at least if you are downwind...

DaveM said...

....you could also have said that the passage of life is symbolised by the youth to the fore and old age is disappearing into the distance!!!!!!

Its a good pic so who cares.

Karine said...

This is a lovely photo, I love the added touch that the little boy gives. Two thumbs up!!!

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