Alone for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge

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Mr. Shimon always shares his wisdom, stories, and insights through “The Human Picture”. In his love and ego post, Mr. Shimon ends his story eloquently. He said,

“Let us remember the unique character of each and every human being, and value his individual contribution to our society. But remember too that the light that we generate is not held within, but is shared by all, lighting up the world around us and bringing us the warmth and happiness of love.”  Click HERE to read the story.

Thank you, Mr. Shimon.

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63 thoughts on “Alone for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge

  1. Such an amazing photo, Amy. Beautiful bokeh and wonderful photography. It almost looks as if the bird is inching towards a ledge and afraid of falling off. So uncanny. I also checked out Mr Shimon’s post. He writes marvelously, so thank you for sharing 🙂

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  2. Lovely post dear Amy. The artful photo and warm words of Mr. Shimon are made more warm by this accompanying photo, which I believe is a pigeon–one of the least respected and yet beautiful birds on earth. 🙂

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    • I love your comment, Jet. This photo was picked after I read Mr. Shimon’s post. So glad you think his words made the photo more warm. I love pigeons. Thank you, Jet! 🙂

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  3. Such a beautiful and fascinating capture Amy. As though the bird is tilted to the side and reflecting. I agree with the narrative of each person being unique. A lovely post.

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  4. amy – the bokeh effect is stunning and fits so week with the words
    “But remember too that the light that we generate is not held within, but is shared by all…”

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