Sunday, June 24, 2012

Images And words Week 164 ~ Inspirational.

Welcome to this weeks 
The theme I have chosen for this week is,
Inspirational.


Serenity in Silver.

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

- Steve Jobs


27 comments:

  1. Steve Jobs certainly said some inspirational words, and while I was reading the water started to move on the photo - great effect and photo.

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  2. Thanks Pat. He certainly lived an inspirational life.
    Yes the water is supposed to move in the foreground. I was hoping that it would.

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  3. WOW JUST WOW AND SOO TRUE
    love the moving water to

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  4. Utterly lovely and peaceful photo (beautiful with the moving water). Wonderful quote so true and thoughtworthy. Thanks for your delighted comment, dear.

    http://andrewhanson.multiply.com/journal/item/212/IAW-CLXIV-Inspirational

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  5. I really like your moving image, I feel the beautiful sea is coming to me...:)
    Fantastic quote!!! For many, it seems uncertain and scary, but I always follow that inner voice.

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  6. It was a calm and lovely cloudy day Anders and this program worked well on the photo.
    Thanks.

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  7. Thanks Sophie. I am hopeful that the moving water gives you a peaceful feeling.
    You do well to listen to your inner most voice too.

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  8. wow, saw now, waited a bit and it did it again........................how did you do that?????????????

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  9. The water's movement is so calming. A wonderful application to a beautiful photo.

    Steve Job's was an amazing man...a terrific quote

    ( Thanks so much for the link, Milli....no I did not know of those people and the 'towers of silence'. BTW, let me give you one very important fact about the 'turkey vultures' ....they will NOT feed off of the caracasses of any meat eating animals. So, the vultures spoken of in the towers of silence are of a different kind vulture. )

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  10. Wow Girl, So neat~!! You are the clever one.
    You know, I am gonna have to figure out HOW you did that~!! Giggle, Love it~!!
    Thanks for you sweet comment on mine.
    http://leadfootweenie.multiply.com/journal/item/807/Images-Words-Week-164-Inspirational

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  11. Beautiful rippling effect.... so calm!
    Thanks for your visit.

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  12. Thanks Mitch. This photo worked particularly well with this effect.

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  13. Steve Job's quote is an excellent modern day life quote Marianne.
    Ah the ripple effect lol....I will share that with you all some time soon.

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  14. Hi Linda thanks for the extra info about the turkey vulture.
    Once again nature had a food chain organised for your turkey vulture.
    Man initiated the disposal of the dead with these vultures in India.
    Basically what I was sharing was how both these birds have their place in the whole scheme of nature and the life cycle.

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  15. LOL I am sure that you will work it out Weenie lol. You are a clever one.
    Thanks for the visit.

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  16. Wow! Caught me off guard when I saw the picture was moving! Very cool!

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  17. Can you make ANYTHING ripple? Like buildings?

    What a nice effect: it really is calming.

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  18. Yes with this program you can make anything ripple.

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