A place where we are reminded that life was meant to be lived, not just gotten through
late night: i concur.
Great thought - lots to dwell on.
What happens when the answers still have no questions?
ohc',a strange but beautiful thing....those ponderings late nightps, love the pics....caroline,so much to dwell on so few words......hope all is ok with youniki,in truth, i have no bloody idea....
Good point. And answers always lead to other questions! You know I love this shot. It is the lines.:)
anna, so they do, or so they should.....i took the shot on monday when i arrived at waterloo - the shots i take in railway stations always seem to work best in sepia - gives thema kind of warm timeless feel (i think)
I totally agree with you on the sepia in train stations! :) It is a great shot Paul.
Most of my questions don't have answers, especially the questions I have during my middle of the night ponderings.....so either I'm not asking the right questions or perhaps I'm receiving the answers and for some reason I'm not hearing them? Or.........the answers come later?Or.......I've dismissed the answers because I want to debate it some more?And......what is a good question that would offer up a good answer?
great pic btw.....sepia certainly is stirring
paul, sorry for using your blog to do this but....niki! glad you're still with us! what happened to your blog?
Questions should always be understood by those who ask them.
anna, must try kings cross next time...if my memory serves me well it's worth a picdana, i really don't know the answer to that....i'll keep searching for the good questions in nthe hope that one day this side of heaven i may get a glimpse of an answer....grand central station would be my 'must take' station....niki,yep, bugger even!Mr T, i don't mind at all - was wondering myself....ps, should have your story up on the GB website early next week!!!!John p,i think i know what you are saying, though i'm not always sure i do. maybe it's the genuine search from within the question that's the key and magic button - much like the questioning of a child longing to understand....maybe
P.S. i have no idea how to comment on your post. I am getting myself a shed for meditative purposes and maybe after a few months i'll get back to you on that! oh, and i'll also let you know if there's a god!P.P.S. i am so excited about the story! maybe i'll write another one! in my shed!!
Late at night is often my most productive thinking time. Thanks for reaffirming this.Love the pic and the sentiment.
man, that picture makes me miss the uk so much.
mr ti wouldn't have clue what to say about it either!who knows where the stories will go - just remember if you are the next Rowling who gave you your first break!!!!hi carmithose late nights huh....thanks for the encouragementhi katei bet i could show you lots of pics that wouldn't....how long were you here for?
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