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|Sometimes it feels like we live in a cage of our own devices. I was hesitant to let the girls get in the cage as i was arranging things for a camping trip. But they insisted i take their picture inside the traveling cage for my dog, so i relented. I should point out that at no time were they actually locked inside, but what about us. Do we let things box us in? I know i sometimes do, when all we have to do is open the door and walk back out!|
PP included crop to remove water bottle and resize to fit the page. I do not know enough on how to use the tools to remove the cooler that was behind the cage. As i did not plan to take this photo i did not pay as much attention to the clutter in the back ground. But i was inspired to post this photo after viewing the photo by ciore titled "for cash ?" Hope you like the photo. One thing i noticed was that when i went to save in PhotoShop CS that the actual size was bigger then it said it would be and had to reduce quality another notch to keep under the 200 k limit. Anyone else notice this? It should have been about 185 and was about 201 instead.
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- [2005-07-08 8:58]
yeap. we sometimes really feel that what we're doing it's wring us, our personality's, our ..lives..
thing that sometimes i feel that strong feel that we're living in a different one's, and no one can get into our solitude's.
i enjoy that your childrens looks happy in that cage, they don't understand what about is your thoughts..
they 're happy different.like children and anyone else.
And if you take a photography of your dog inside cage, i think he wouldn't look happy.
but it's only symbolic.
we living in a world which create such people like we..
nice photos of yours
Good composition and very smart note.I donīt think we realize the cages in our lifes.Thanks for sharing and for your visit , Fernanda.