tagged E

Hi bloggers, for our last E-story challenge we talked about Emus (Ineke / scrapydo) and existentialism (me, as I do it again below), about Elderly influence (Francine) or about ESCAPE (catbird in oman), about electricity (2e0mca) and “Ethereal” (Fats + Myra), about entrances (nellibell) and Excitement (deepa) etc. – I’m sure you’ll find again an own story or a short reflection tagged with “E”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “E”!!!


I like the humor, how this seagull comments Albert Camus’ essay THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS: It is not necessary, that stones always run down the hill again – if you only have the right karma, to keep the balance …
the brother . . .
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84 responses to “tagged E

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  3. Hi Frizz, this is a gorgeous gorgeous photograph. I smiled when you mentioned the right karma to keep the balance. 🙂 Namaste. 🙂

    Here’s my link for this week – E is for Endings.


    • thank you for your term ENDING, Myra – for me: standing at an ocean, where rivers are ending, I always have the strange feeling, that my life is complete now; an ending, calming down…


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  6. I also have a handful of elephant posts. My wise-cracking concrete elephant sculptures stand at the ready, but I will be kind this time and spare you the heavy handed pachydermal humor. I did see a post I did on Duke Ellington, that’s Edward M Ellington, so in the name of Elegance…..


  7. A perfect picture, Frizz!


  8. I don’t do challenges, but I do love you blog and this particular photograph is so perfectly beautiful. 🙂


  9. Hi Frizz, thank you for this challenge. This is called Editing Monet’s Garden.” http://naomibaltuck.wordpress.com/2012/03/22/editing-monets-garden/


    • hi Naomi, we have a big book with his paintings, visited some museums – but never visited his garden – would like to smell that, hear that, getting calm walking there …


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  11. Wow! What an impossibly perfect shot Frizz!!


  12. Great shot… 🙂

    Anyone remember Eddy Edwards aka “Eddie the Eagle”..? 😉


  13. and what about famous ski jumpers from Denmark, or camel races in Denmark – strange? O.K. – but consider: we had winter bob sports men from Jamaica!


    • The danish skiers who have done well are either from Greenland or spent all their time in Norway – by the way there are many young danes who are ski guides in Austria, Switzerland or France in the winter season – we danes are very good for after-skiing too… 🙂 😉

      By the way, do you know any famous german skiers… 😉


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  15. that is one of the best bird and stormy sky pictures I’ve seen…my take on this challenge also looks to the sky http://canoecommunications.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/in-the-wind/


  16. Fantastic photo! I chose a bird for this challenge as well, but it’s not nearly as talented:


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  18. My entry is called ENCOURAGEMENT located here: http://wp.me/p23TG1-29z



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  20. Wow! The photo of the seagull is marvelous! And it is an excellent illustration for such a profound idea about the myth of Sisyphus.


  21. Alice

    Oh, to have such balance. This is cheating a bit–but tagged with Eureka! http://alleysbackstreets.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/the-call-of-words/


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  23. Pat

    Here are a couple of elephants… as E is for elephant!


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    • hi Christine,
      E: Energy – yes big waves clashing to the shore – always go deep into my heart – I feel the fresh water and wind in my face – thanks, you made my day – though I am 300 miles away from coastal line …


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  26. hi frizz, here’s my entry for this week’s tagged E: everlasting
    wishing you an awesome day 🙂


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  28. Incredible that another week has flown by. I love your photo Frizz and existensialism. Here is my entry http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/the-letter-e/


    • hi Angeline,
      edgy, and excited: EGGS –
      at first I thought:
      “that are big large sized eggs
      of a Gulliver or Goliath!” –
      then I realized:
      it was an iPhone
      close up shot 🙂


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  34. Amy

    Hi Frizz, Your existentialism is really cool!
    Here is mine entry http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/tagged-e-enchanted-rock/


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  36. hi Lisa,
    your Encebollado table setting makes me very hungry!


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