Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
State of mind is the theme of this week’s photo challenge and this is my entry.
I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2016
Ha! Great choice for the theme, Paula
I hope you have an unswarming weekend!
Thanks, Debbie. It is a very busy month, with days too short for everything that needs to be done. Having a cold does not help either. I hope you are well.
How did you know what my mind looks like at the moment? Exactly like this. Full of here there and everywhere thoughts, hard to distinguish between them, or get a grip on them. I hope your mind’s not like this. And what on earth is it a photo of? – apart from a swarming mind?
Paula’s been inside my head too. She does get around the globe 🙂
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I’ll reveal it next weekend, Meg. You just have to check out the same post again for updates 😀 (P.S. my mind is like this and worse)
Definitely swarming and I love it , but what is it, Paula?
You’ll have the answer next week in an update on this same post, if you come around to see it 😉
Of course I’ll come around to see it!
Hmmm… it looks a bit like my mind!
🙂 I wish I was happy to hear that. I think we should all put our mind on blank sometimes.
I always said I wish you could take a vacation from your own brain. It would be lovely 😉
Interesting…what is this? It says bubbles, but bubbles of what? Coffee, maybe 🙂
No, not coffee 😀 I leave the clue in this post next weekend.
Oh, dear, I’m so relating at the moment, Paula! LOL! And your “music” fits! LOL!
I wish you were more laxed than me…..
Where does it say bubbles? 😦 In close up it looks like something metallic. All will be revealed??? 🙂 🙂 Have a peaceful weekend, Paula.
I think I will leave a clue on this very post in week, but every true abstract is unrecognizable.
You do it so well! Able to relax a little this weekend? 🙂
Having a cold
I see it as thoughts bubbling and frothing.
You see what I saw. Thanks so much Suzanne.
Close, but mine definitely lack that stillness, more like factory machinery close-up… or of course bees.
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belle image, jolie structure je ne sais pas ce que c’est mais ça colle bien au thème !
au hasard caviar ?
😆 c’est une belle pensee, mais non, malheuresement pas.
j’y trouvais une petite ressemblance
I hope your mind’s not like that too often. 🙂
Define “too often” 😉
Interesting. I would not like to visualize my brain. It would scare me.
I can understand that, Marilyn 🙂
Looks a bit chaotic, which sounds about right. 😀
What a brilliant response to the theme! My mind must look a bit like that at the mo!
Sure looks like our thoughts…
Yours too?? 🙂
Oh dear they look like dark and foreboding thoughts. Hope they do not last and you get to see the light at the end of the tunnel soon.
Darkness is not their innate quality; it’s only the reflection of the outside world.
That’s such a brilliant portrayal of the ‘State of Mind’ theme! Loved it 🙂
Thank you very much, Srivi.
I feel a bit like that today. Great imagery.
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At first I thought they were coffee bubbles.
Great imaginery! Love it.
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