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READING IN MY COFFEE CUP

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WHAT DO YOU SEE?
17th Sep 2009, 19:04  

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rhys says:

Reminds me of a delta, near the coast of Bangladesh or something.

Maybe the last one is a pigs face. Maybe?!

17th Sep 2009, 19:40

it says to me..i need a fill up. good series of images..

17th Sep 2009, 19:44

taroma says:

I see a woman's face and shoulders in the centre of the first one, a snake biting it's tail around the second one.
The 3rd looks like a lung?

17th Sep 2009, 19:45

Anonymous says:

No no! The first one is an eyeball!

17th Sep 2009, 19:56

nige says:

Above was me, sorry ; )

17th Sep 2009, 19:57

taroma says:

It is, it looks like it's crying!

17th Sep 2009, 20:17

SLG says:

WOW

17th Sep 2009, 21:27

mara says:

a shell

17th Sep 2009, 22:03

cariadus says:

It says you're going to live long and take lots of wonderful photos :)
Great shots.

17th Sep 2009, 23:17

taroma says:

Thanks Cariadus

18th Sep 2009, 07:33

midlife says:

An octopus eye at 3:17 in the first

22nd Sep 2009, 04:55

NAZAR DAYI(ahmetusa55-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

I see Yin and Yang, are mutually-arising, interdependent, and continuously transforming, one into the other. One could not exist without the other, for each contains the essence of the other. Night becomes day, and day becomes night. Birth becomes death, and death becomes birth (think: composting). Friends become enemies, and enemies become friends. Such is the nature - Taoism teaches - of everything in the relative world

2nd Nov 2010, 11:02

NAZAR DAYI says:

I see Yin and Yang, are mutually-arising, interdependent, and continuously transforming, one into the other. One could not exist without the other, for each contains the essence of the other. Night becomes day, and day becomes night. Birth becomes death, and death becomes birth (think: composting). Friends become enemies, and enemies become friends. Such is the nature - Taoism teaches - of everything in the relative world

2nd Nov 2010, 11:02

Maca says:

I also see Yin and Yan as the core of your life in the first pic. I see this nurturing force connected to a new life. A deep desire of moving forward with balanced strength.

In the second pic I see determination with a clear and fixed objective. Maybe losing a bit of perspective. I see a big influence of another person.

3rd Aug 2011, 21:51

taroma says:

Thank you for all your comments, very inspiring

4th Aug 2011, 13:50