Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

For this week’s photo challenge UNIQUE I’ve chosen a shot featuring the maybe only conductor in the world, who tried to manipulate fishes so much, that they could be useful in a choir … P.S.: I’m a fish who had the courage to escape many manipulations 🙂
conducting a fish concert
photo by frizztext, click on the picture, to enter my galleries on flickr
related: Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique – “…a story of not being afraid to be unique, to stand out, to embrace difference…”
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P.S.: sometimes a single fish decides to ignore the manipulation, turns around and leaves the choir – and sometimes all the other fishes turn around and swim down the river – we call it “swarm Intelligence” – and the internet in many countries supported clever individuals to overcome the horizons of an oppressing local dictatorship …
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57 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

  1. I definitely think he is the only director in the world to take on the fishes so musically. A very unique person for sure! Now, if only I had a seat next to the river. 🙂

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  2. This is definitely a great choice… so, was it difficult to ‘escape from your fishery manipulations?’:o Thanks for the laugh!

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    • they say, Wolfgang, we have ONE unique end – your photo below:
      the end
      but I fear, we leave the world step by step, parts of our body or brain getting more and more dysfunctional …

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  3. Well, there are various kinds of manipulations!!!! A conductor is not that bad a …”manipulator”!!!! Maybe the fish were happy hearing their voices together!
    😆
    Exceptional shot!

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  4. Can’t beat a ‘concert for fishes’ for unique 😀

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  5. Brilliant! It is the music of the deep that inspires him…

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  6. A wonderful post! Who can beat this one I wonder…. 🙂 Really great!

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  7. Definitely unique! I’ve never seen a fish concert. He has good balance too, standing on the rocks.

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  8. Jajaja! As other fish escaping manipulation, I loved it!!!

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    • thanks for “As other fish escaping manipulation, I loved it!!!” – sometimes a single fish decides to ignore the manipulation, turns around and leaves the choir – and sometimes all the other fishes turn around and swim down the river – we call it “swarm Intelligence” – and the internet in many countries supported clever individuals to overcome the horizons of an oppressing local dictatorship …

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      • That’s true… this is one of the good things that has cyberspace. one can see it also in the treatmet of news: thanks to people that roles the paper of journalist 2.0 with their cells, we can see really what is happening versus TV news (include in democratic countries).

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        • we can see really what is happening
          versus TV news, printed magazines,
          – we can produce a personal point of view –
          born 1945, I waited for this at least 40
          years of my life – it was a hard work,
          to get some of my opinions published
          [influenced by philosophy:
          Adorno, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche etc.]
          – now it’s not a problem anymore …

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  10. Haha, is he related to King Canute?

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  13. oh my gosh what a great photo!

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  15. Amy

    at the same time, he has to stay dry. Pretty unique!

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  16. Makes one wonder if they warm up by playing scales?

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  18. Love it….perhaps his conducting some Water Music… 😉

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  19. vastlycurious.com

    That is hilarious!!

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  20. This definitely fits.

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  22. Fun post for the challenge. Super!

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  25. Love this. What an eccentric. 🙂

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  26. “There is a singular IRONY in the fact
    that we all work so hard
    to stand out from the crowd…”
    more at
    http://2812photography.com/2013/02/01/weekly-photo-challenge-unique/
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  27. That is a great shot. I always thought there was an orchestra somewhere out of the water. Didn’t know he was guiding the fishes! 🙂

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  29. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    Excellent, this one – I love the idea of this working 🙂

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  35. UNICORN:
    http://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2013/02/03/weekly-photo-challenge-unique-sunday-post-hope/
    once a little girl – aged 8 – cried, because I had told her: “There are no unicorns existing anywhere…” – now I realize, I did very wrong …

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  36. It is a funny shot! 😆

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  37. Such a fanciful image! It certainly brightened up my morning-

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  38. Great shot – and I loved your Flickr photostream – especially the way you captured Greece / santorini. Much talent.

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  39. Congratulations for your escape 🙂

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