Photos that talk to each other

Dialogue is an engaging conversational exchange.

When it comes to photography, dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images.

Placed next to each other, each photograph opens up to meanings that weren’t there when viewed alone.

Each composition reveals the photographer’s specific sensitivity to certain content or visual elements.

Says Frederic Biver, an architect and photographer who has created this weeks photo challenge, over at the Daily Post. He has shown  some excellent examples of how to interpret this really difficult challenge. But maybe it isn’t difficult for you?

Here is my attempt. If you have these in your house,


then there’s a good chance your family will be mentioned here.

If you can demonstrate a dialogue between images go to


Lucid Gypsy:

Tony calls it a rant but I totally agree with him, WHY, WHY, WHY? Pop over and read, let him know your thoughts.

Originally posted on 2far2shout:


Here follows a rant…



Why do we war with each other?

On a bright sunny morning why can’t we rejoice in the wonder of this world and vow to live in peace?


Human Beings have forever waged war, ever since there have been too many people to comfortably live an existence which provided all we need. When we began to travelled and saw what others had, we wanted it too, at first to share then to have exclusively. We made war for water, for access to rivers seas and oceans, for precious metals, for oil, for drugs and for slaves to do our bidding.

Our leaders taxed us compulsorily and we gave to them the means to make weapons to wage war. We still do. How much peace can you make with an aircraft carrier?

We have made war in order to dominate, to impose…

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Come away with the raggle taggle gypsy-o


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