Booked up

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Uploaded 12 Mar 2013
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© Sturdy Present
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UploadedMarch 13, 2013
TakenMarch 12, 2013
ModelFinePix XP50
Exposure1/400 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length22.5 mm

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"Such a beautiful day" said Bill "But the park is empty. where are the people?"

"There are some nannies on the playground. They get paid to enjoy the sun while the "successful" parents are buried in some office" I laughed "An upside-down world".

And there was another interesting man. He actually made it to the park and walked around buried in his fine-letter book.

I was standing on a tree thinking: everything in the book was learned from nature, but he trusts the cold hard printed word more then observing and learning from his experience in the nature around him.

What would the young generation say if they saw him? probably laught. But then.... they walk around buried in their iPhones, texting away.

And what about me? I thought looking at the nettle patch under the tree... I stand here thinking, all these thoughts are a book I put together too, and I keep reading it while being immersed in nature.

How to look at everything fresh, I tried to clear my mind and just look at the leafs dangling in front from the branch above.

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  • Tomma Henckel

    Tomma Henckel gave props (1 May 2013):

    I enjoy your stories that accompany your pictures.

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