Friday, November 30, 2007

Random Thoughts, Shining Continents

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Here's what caught my eye Wednesday after work, not that I don't look at the World Trade Center sign most every day as I walk from one bus to another, from SW Main and SW 2nd Avenue north to where SW Taylor crosses 2nd. My thoughts range from remembering Sept. 11, to enjoying my reflection in the shining continents as I walk by, to thinking about City Daily Photo bloggers everywhere and how much I'm learning and loving being a part of that world every single day.

Those random thoughts usually lead to my thinking of what The Oswegan has said as part of his post "Are You Addicted to Blogging" on Nov. 22: "What is remarkable about the blogosphere to me, is how it enables people from all over the world to connect, and to discuss interests and ideas, and the way that relationships are formed based, not on appearances, but on intellect, wit, sense of humor and common experience."

Well put.

If you'd like, you can read The Oswegan's entire post and the scores of comments it engendered here.

8 comments:

Gwen said...

I'll have to check back for your theme day photo :). Like this photograph of the WTC sign, especially combined with the evening light and Christmas decor. About your comment-that arch seems to be decorative rather than structural, or perhaps its just a walkthrough. Its along the front of the building roofline.

dot said...

Lynette, this is a beautiful picture. I'm addicted to blogging but no different than someone be addicted to television.

Annie said...

Bloggers are creating a worldwide community indeed. I was just thinking this morning about how I tend to blog more with people from the U.S. but there are some others sprinkled here and there throughout the world that I always have to visit.

Dick said...

Yes I like blogging but addicted???? I "think" I can stop whenever I want to stop.

Jim said...

Thanks for the link to Oswegans site. I had never been there. Like Dick, I am not addicted...I have stopped many times.

Joy said...

I agree - we can share joys and grief because of it. And I met you! :D

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WendyB said...

I can stop whenever I want. I just don't want to.

smilnsigh said...

Lovely photo. Lovely entry. I think you've said so well, that which all of us feel.

Mari-Nanci