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20-09-10, 05:41 PM
Join Date: Oct 2009
Bluey71 what an interesting discussion point you have opened up. You obviously have a natural talent for looking at situations and interpreting them. My own imagination conjures up a Bonny and Clyde situation waiting for the sting to happen. Excellent imagination. As for the train thing - I totally know what you mean. As a commuter nearly everyday I was sitting next to the same chap and we didn't utter a word. Then one day he commented on me reading Photo Plus magazine. As I got off the train he said "Are you a Nikon girl or a Canon girl". This made me laugh. He too had an interest in photography. Now when we travel together we talk endlessly about photography techniques and we even look at shots on his lap-top. We e.mail occasionally and his sense of humour and imagination is delightful. We have even labelled one burly commuter as a fictious Policeman possibly of the Mounted Horse division because of his behaviours. Totally our imagination kicking in - we have no idea what this person's real profession is. Photography, art and imagination seem to go hand in hand and I love it.
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