Weekly Photo Challenge: Hope

HOPE is the opinion, that the optimal basic attitude is not aggression, but to care for each otherphoto below for the “weekly photo challenge” community of dailypost / wordpress
Vattenfall - advertising for love
picture shot in BERLIN by FrizzText, click on the image to enter his flickr photo collection; a large advertising was fixed on the walls of a church near the Alexanderplatz-Center in Berlin; the slogan by VATTENFALL (European supporter of electricity) means, translated from German: “The most important energy does not come from electric-power-companies but from human hearts …”

feel free to add in the comments the link to your own interpretation of this week’s topic HOPE

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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

58 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hope

  1. Brandon

    Lovely photo, Frizz! Thanks for sharing! http://wp.me/pdJ7S-vJ


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  3. Cool! Love this image…


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  5. wow, what a striking image!
    a fantastic composition – with a message
    thanks for sharing


  6. Great photo, and an awesome message!


  7. I haven’t visited Berlin since just after the Wall came down. Great photo



  8. This one truly touched me!


  9. The photo moved me. There is always hope wherever people live.


  10. Northern Narratives



  11. Fascinating Frizz, hard to believe there’s a church under there!


  12. I agree with the slogan, but I also enjoy my electricity πŸ™‚


  13. good take on photo, also checked you tube and like much, πŸ˜‰ guitarist myself..


  14. Jackie Paulson

    I think we all need hope in our current economy. I know that it took me eight months to find a job but just when I lost all hope…I got the job. Hope is something that sometimes comes to US from others. I want to thank you and your lovely wife for the nice comments on my blog…and being my friend. It has been well over a year of getting to know you. I hope others do go to youtube to see you and your daughter play the guitar and her sing. Love and blessings, always, Jackie


  15. The image spoke of an emotion that didn’t require words…hope, love…peace….


  16. Love this so much!

    And yes, congrats to Jackie above, as well, on the new job.

    I’ve been laid off since Feb. 2011, sent out hundreds of resumes, gone to a few interviews, but still looking. Thank God for child support, unemployment insurance and a savings account. Hopefully, a job will present itself soon, before all the money runs dry. Hard to keep the faith sometimes, but then, I just look into my daughter’s eyes, and know, somehow, it’s all gonna be ok.


    • you wrote Hopefully, a job will present itself soon, before all the money runs dry. Hard to keep the faith sometimes, but then, I just look into my daughter’s eyes… – If I had a good job, I would give it to you …


  17. lovely, lovely sentiment and photo. here is mine if you would like to see it. http://believeanyway.wordpress.com/2012/01/28/weekly-photo-challenge-hope-1272012/


  18. yes i believe it is frizz … human nature is basically loving and caring πŸ™‚


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  20. striking photo, amazing composition with so many layers. I’ve had a complicated relationship with the word hope — I like very much your interpretation. πŸ™‚



  21. Thanks for stopping by again… I always love to see what you’ve done for the week. Good one!

    For anyone who likes trees and hiking you might want to take a peek at my entry this week:


  22. Beautiful! I love this entry!


  23. Beautiful Picture. The slogan is so meaningful and true.


  24. β€œThe hope of a secure and livable world
    lies with disciplined nonconformists

    who are dedicated to justice,
    peace and brotherhood.”

    -Martin Luther King, Jr.

    quotation found via


  25. Wonderful piece, F.T…


  26. I like your entry. But it’s strange. When I read the Vattenfall-Slogan in German, I had to think about love and relationship. When reading the English translation I instantly had to think about “The Matrix”. Do you know that movie by any chance? It gives your translation a whole new meaning… but a scary one (energy from human hearts)! Let’s hope we’re not living in the Matrix πŸ˜€ http://wp.me/p1XrXs-8K


  27. Impressive photo while inspiring hope!


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  29. Hope and the energy provided by human hearts connecting is why I write, why I yearn for my adult fairytale series to speak to people all around the globe! Thank you SO MUCH for this affirming post.


  30. This is a wonderful choice… πŸ™‚


  31. Amar Naik

    great pic for hope challenge


  32. thirdhandart

    A beautiful, moving entry FrizzText. Love the Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.


  33. Thanks for the pingback Frizz / love your huge billboard and the message is great


  34. Apologies – I meant to thank you for liking my blog enough to follow it! Really like your photo challenge for hope too!


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