Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow

some clouds appeared behind the mountains – a sign for the hang gliding sportsman, to make an end to his passion …
BLACKBIRD
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second idea:
Pragmatic
though we gave a foreshadow to our neighbour’s cat (we call him Edward Snowden), he continued to ignore the signs, we gave to him …
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third idea:
Mr. Einstein stood at the window of his bureau and his brain was empty. A rainbow hit his house. Suddenly he knew: Everything is relative!
Rainbow hits brainstorming bureau
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fourth idea:
up above their heads my goldfishes noticed something like a foreshadow. But we all know, their memory has space for three seconds only. So they soon had forgotten the sign. Only the cat stayed in focus …
F = Fishtank (my moose, my fishes, my cat)
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fifth idea:
on violence
How to discuss all the preparations for violence? Not to change the gun laws for example in the USA is a very bad foreshadow for the next 1,000 victims of street violence and school massacres. That’s not black humour. That’s not superstitious, it’s reality.
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sixth idea:
maybe the clash of Islam culture vs. Western women’s liberation goals is a foreshadow for increasing male dominance in Arabian and other countries?
matrimonial climax, Wuppertal
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… and music for the topic? Me on a bad tin guitar, playing BAD MOON RISING:

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

35 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow

  1. brr… I hate the second one, even if the cat use the weapon against a mouse

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  2. Interesting, if not a bit dark humorous take on the theme.

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    • the cat was not hurt, but maybe Edward Snowden in the future? And for sure some European and even US laws have been already hurt by NSA spy activities; they do not spy only vs. terrorism – they are collecting millions of data from European business companies too… – a foreshadow for a $$ winning battle of American car industry vs. European and Asian car industry, military technologies etc.? What do you think, which country sells most high tech weapons into third world? Some foreshadows too. I know you are a Lutherian priest. How to discuss not the banality of clouds, wedding rings or empty wine bottles, but to discuss all the preparations for violence? Not to change the gun laws for example in the USA is a very bad foreshadow for the next 1,000 victims of street violence and school massacres. That’s not black humour. That’s not superstitious, it’s reality.

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  3. kz

    wow this is fantastic!

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  4. Typical cat disdain 🙂

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  5. vastlycurious.com

    So funny !

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  6. Love #3 – still chuckling!
    D’el

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  7. You explained foreshadow beautifully. I was searching for actual meaning in photos. Thanks .

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    • I like your “about”: “…but at 64 i discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged… (my wife and me, we are aged 67)

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  8. Awesome, Frizz… 🙂

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  9. Excellent entry, as always.

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  10. Brilliant shots Frizz and words accompanying them!!
    🙂

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  11. I LOVE the rainbow photo!

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  12. Liked the second idea

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  13. my favorite by far, your #1 just caught my breath away! amazing picture! as usual, I must add…

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  14. Great collection of images and ideas for the theme Frizz! That cat peering at the fishes is a constant favourite 🙂

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  15. Amy

    I like the second one. We all know …it’s reality, but no sign for gun control.

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  16. Great shots.First one is awesome.

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  17. I especially like the clarity of the first one.

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  18. Reblogged this on blogagaini and commented:
    Check out this amazing post for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow

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  19. you had the double rainbows, a rare natural phrnomenons, I like this..
    I saw this kind of rainbow last year, for the first time
    love the other photos too, great

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  20. I really like the cat / ax shot. 🙂

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  21. nice interpretation of the challenge..

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  22. Love this set – there are so many ways to look at things and you have given us a great choice!

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  23. A very interesting post. That song by Creedence is so cheerful even though the words are so gloomy.

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  24. The rainbow is really beautiful.

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  25. i love your creative samples of foreshadowing…interesting and entertaining. ♥

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  26. TinCanTraveler

    The cat and the axe! Awesome!

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  27. I wish I got the ideas you got here but I foreshadowed many actually got the same or close to it? – Anyhow – 😀 I am impressed of your photos – And text – Thank you so much for sharing

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  28. Great collection! Both of the cat ones are so funny, and my favorite is the hang glider — how often do we only notice the storms of life after it is too late to get out of their way?

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  29. each tells its own story
    as a photograph should

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