Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: HANDS – there are hands to catch water, hands to play guitar, hands as an attitude of dancers, hands fixed by police, hands to climb up a wall, discussing hands and begging hands, touching or fighting hands – thanks to God that we’ve got hands …
Weekly Photo Challenge: HANDS
all photos by frizztext; click on the pictures to enter his flickr galleries …

2NY, Harlem Fire Hydrant3Mississippi Delta Frizz (Selfportrait)
4NY, security routine5flamenco, ivory + ebony
6in-discussion7blind clarinetist
8climbing-bw9give-me-money-bw

1 (big, color): my grandson and me
small, black and white:
2 – NY, Harlem Fire Hydrant
3 – Mississippi Delta Frizz (Selfportrait)
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4 – NY, police in action
5 – flamenco dancers
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6 – hands to discuss with
7 – blind clarinetist touches his dog
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8 – roof climbing woman
9 – give-me-money

related:
http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/weekly-photo-challenge/
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/weekly-photo-challenge-hands/
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compare the work of Christine Lebrasseur (Bordeaux) at
http://www.flickr.com/photos/_lc/sets/72157600016324428/
Equité│Even-handedness
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music: the gospel “Put your hand in the hand of the man who stilled the water” played by myself as fingerstyle guitar instrumental (compare the famous versions of the vocalists Joan Baez or Loretta Lynn):

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About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - photo pool at frizztext, 3 - flickr group BLOG IT!, 4 - twitter, 5 - my guitar, 6 - about.me

67 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

  1. …and a useless bit of information: they’re supposed to be the hardest to draw!

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    • dear Marina,
      remembering your tree-paintings:
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      I always thought, that TREES
      have HANDS too
      trying to reach the sky!
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      old tree
      better than my own tree photo (above)
      the winter tree with “hands reaching to the sky” (below)
      - a finding by Erik Arnestad
      Valley Forge park in snow - The lone tree
      title=”Valley Forge park in snow – The lone tree” by Erik Anestad, click on the image to enter his Flickr galleries

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  2. Cassie

    The first one is so adorable! It made me smile.. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Great photos. Love the first with your grandson and the money taker.

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  4. This is a very nice variety of hands doing many things.

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  6. PERFECT examples of hands… very well done pictures!!!

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  7. Beautiful and amazing as always, Frizz!!

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  8. And hands to touch and hold and comfort loved ones, as shown in your header photo! Wonderful post carrying blessings to a lot of people out here!

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  9. Great Pictures :) The first one’s just adorable !

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  10. Love that top shot – the old with the young

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  11. Love the first one!

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  14. Northern Narratives

    The first one is my favorite. Very nice.

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  15. Hi,
    Great photos for the theme, I especially liked the first one. :)

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  16. Beautiful hands telling stories

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  17. Love the first photograph. Suggests so much of the love a father has for his child.

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  18. Nice collection of hands. Of course, the one of your grandson is the best.

    http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/weekly-photo-challenge-hands/

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  19. Wow, I love every single one! Great variety and meaningful representations of the theme. :)

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  21. IT’s very cute and touching.

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  22. beautiful clicks, thanks for sharing.

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  23. allgreat – I love the baby’s hand!

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  24. That first one is stunning. Really like the juxtaposition of young and old. Good job.

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  25. These are beautiful portraits frizztext! Such works of art you have here. I was particularly taken with your self-portrait in Mississippi. Very nice! Black and white photos always get to me. :)

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  26. beautiful, all of them! but the choice of the focal photo is pure genius – it’s my favorite of the bunch :)

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  27. I knew you would do a good job Frizz!

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  28. fabulous entry frizz, especially you with your grandson!

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  29. I also love that first pic. I’m grateful for hands that can play the piano. ;)

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  30. Lovely selections for the challenge! :-)

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  31. Very well put, frizz. I love the end of the writing and the end picture with the hand sticking out of the booth. Great great set. One of your bestsssss.

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  33. the first picture is very sweet

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  34. polly

    very nice

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  35. So many wonderful feelings in these frames Frizz, starting with the baby’s small hand . . .

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    • thanks for:
      “Bhumisparsha Mudra”
      = touching the Earth hand gesture
      signified by holding the left hand in meditation,
      while the right is resting on the knee
      with all fingers touching the Earth.

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  36. Great! Every picture tells its story of the hands! :)

    Mine is here: http://godslover.wordpress.com/2012/05/20/weekly-photo-challenge-hands/

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  38. Wow, Frizz, I’m sorry I waited so long to check this out. You’ve got some great example of hands here…. Big hands, little hands, ain’t hands grand? … I finally got my entry on this subject posted today, so I’m running behind schedule a bit … :( Better late, than never! :)

    http://orples.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/weekly-photo-challenge-hands/

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