Let’s Imagine…

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Lisbon.

A semi open window.

Life goes to the streets.

Let’s imagine?

 

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Sharing my views and experiences with words and photos - taken with diverse angles - influenced by the multicultural countries I have lived and worked. I studied Psychology and have an MBA. After working for corporates, I became an entrepreneur and consultant. Cycling, hiking, windsurfing, cooking, reading, yoga, writing and photographing, are no longer just hobbies listed in a resume.

70 thoughts on “Let’s Imagine…

  1. I’M SORRY. But my mind went right into the gutter on this piece of imagination. Undies and a towel? Red undies. Love the juxtaposition between the hard stone and wood and the soft…ahem…silk undies.

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  2. Lucile–I had to chuckle about this one because the first thing I noticed was that the red undies looked like a kiss or a smile…..and then I read Badfish’s comment and started to laugh. So, yeah…..this is a super shot, though.

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  3. Lucile, you captured a wonderful moment here, no matter which way our minds go. Mine went more towards Badfish’s view, but the shot make me smile. The red really stands out and then the subject made me laugh.

    janet

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  4. Very nicely composed. I’ve always enjoyed the inherent beauty of close lines in European cities. They bring a sense of the humanity from behind the walls into the streets, and as in your capture some pop of color in the composition.

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    1. Thank you, Sally. I relate to your feelings. It’s not common to see that in Holland, but these street scenes are part and parcel of some Italian, Portuguese and Spanish cities, making them look more real and authentically human.

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  5. The real question is…are photographers stalkers? Just kidding! What an interesting photographic moment you have captured here Lucile! It does make us all think! And the beautiful image invokes lots of imagination!

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  6. Excellent photograph of a piece of architecture and everyday way of life. The old, folding windows, method of drying laundry without electricity, … oh, and before I forget it, an indication that what appears drab on the outside may conceal fire within.

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  7. Hey…did you know you (and Restless Jo) were nominated for that Bloggers Bash Award? Why didn’t you mention it…or did you and I missed it? Anyway…you know you two got my vote.

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    1. Even circumnavigating the globe, you’re doing much better than me on the blogosphere. I’ve been absent, not having time to read the blogs I love. So, no worries. Hearing from you, anytime, is a pleasure and privilege.
      As to the nomination, I vote for Jo!! 😀

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      1. I think it will be a tie between you and Jo ;-). Thanks for your understanding re: keeping up in the blogosphere. I am trying but failing not to worry about my delays in responding to comments and visiting blogs. But I don’t think badly of others who respond/visit whenever they can. So I guess I need to just get off my case 🙂

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        1. I am sure she won. It’s organized by the British bloggers and I only know a few ones there. Besides, it was a total surprise and I truly think that it’s undeserved.
          Hope you’ve totally relaxed about replying late to comments. I’m not circumnavigating the globe like you, and have been less responsive than you.

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  8. Who cannot be impressed with the vibrancy of the red against its drab setting! Excellent color choice, it makes the rest of the subject attractive, desirable, even when such a garment were to be worn by a woman of any color … Oh! NOW I get it! So that is what you people have been commenting about! I am sorry, I have to close this comment, I have sudden need for a cold shower.

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