Shoot and Quote: Imagination – Ravens

Where does your imagination take you when you see these ravens in the photograph?
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Nevermore, © Meghan aka FireBonnet 2008

 

Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things that escape those who dream only at night.
Edgar Allan Poe
The prompt for Ese’s Weekly Shoot & Quote Challenge this week is imagination. Although the quote I have chosen doesn’t include the word imagination, it clearly alludes to it. It seems the ravens at this pull off at Bryce Canyon played along with my brother and me as we dreamed by day.

 

As always I welcome comments on this or any other part of my blog.

 

FireBonnet

9 thoughts on “Shoot and Quote: Imagination – Ravens

  1. Ese

    You couldn’t have found a better quote to fit this photo than the one of E.A.Poe! Perfect pairing and, trust me, my imagination runs in different directions. 🙂
    Thank you for being a part of the challenge.

  2. Meghan Post author

    I wish I knew how to Photoshop that way! lol Those ravens were pretty awesome. I’m sure they were very used to being photographed, they were so comfortable around us humans.

  3. Meghan Post author

    Yes I remember him, and how terrified I was at The Birds. After seeing that I never watched another one of his flicks. But of course learned to appreciate him as I grew up. The recent movie about his life starring Helen Mirren and Anthony Hopkins was wonderful.

  4. Y.P.

    Well I thought you photoshopped those birds in! Wow – they did play along.

    Also like how your brother is just a little to the right while standing near that post – adds interest. and the sky seems like it was playing along with the shot as well. 🙂

  5. Patricia

    LOL! Someone else remembers Alfred Hitchcock! I loved his show! Also loved, “Twighlight Zone”. 😀

  6. Priceless Joy

    Cool picture! I automatically takes me to Edgar Allen Poe. Then it takes me to Alfred Hitchcock. Do you remember him? You are probably much too young to remember him. 😀

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