Wednesday, September 1, 2010


09.01.10, originally uploaded by colemama.

A tea kettle under the stove's hood light glow offers distorted reflections and abstractions. The essence and mood created seems in direct contrast to the function of this contraption! Ultimately, the image likely speaks to people on different levels (if at all!).

Again, different perceptions create a totally unique 'mind frame' and attitude not only about a particular situation, but life in general. Sometimes the extremes can be viewed as introvert v. extrovert (and I'm not thinking about the behaviors, but how they view the world). The MBTI delves deeper. I appreciate the value of understanding one's preference and the preferences of others around you, but I wonder how much one 'should' stretch to balance out the extreme tendency? Of course, there are parameters of acceptable and desired behaviors...but we always hope that diversity is also wide the range? Naples, FL

1 comment:

  1. What we see depends on how we look at things. Neat shot.