Tuesday, May 26, 2009

THAT'S MY WORLD TUESDAY # 28

(Photo by Sailor Girl)
My very own World is a beautiful place by the River where even seaguls may wander freely as birds should always do. Where people may quietly sit and relax for as long as they wish, without having to pay for it. In my World, people should learn how to complain and to force the port authorities to hear them before preventing them from wandering freely by the River, which in fact is actually happening, I'm affraid... A contribution to THAT'S MY WORLD TUESDAY...

9 comments:

Esterilização Obrigatória said...

Ajuda-nos a passar a ideia da Esterilização Obrigatória para os animais de estimação
É importante, porque cada vez há mais cães e gatos pelas ruas abandonados
temos um selo para colocares no teu blogue
http://esterilizacao-o.blogspot.com/

Kate said...

Interesting capture of the bird who is either about to land or take-off. The colours in the photo seem to blend together, one into another.

Karen said...

I agree with you, you should be able to wander freely by the river. I'm so sorry to hear that the idiot port authorities are trying to prevent this.

Are they going to make you try to pay?

Can you get together with other people and start a movement to protest this?

I love the simplicity and peacefulness of your photo..

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful shot. Free as a bird is a saying that means just that. and we as apeople should be able to enjoy the waterfront---FREE!!
MB

chrome3d said...

I have to hear first what the other side has to say. If there is some big reason. But it´s still basically wrong.

pereira de oliveira said...

You know, in all its beauty; Air molecules rush around the softness of the wings' wedge. They feel its desire to float. And as the flows split the seagull is send free. It is the geometry of those wings that parts the air and the universe is convinced of its kindness and the seagull is send time and again to hoover and master space and time. And the whole was caught in the light of your soul's impulse along the quays of my youth.
In Lisbon harbour along side the water we have to break the geometry of corrupted architects by throwing in the Tagus Navy under your flag.
I swear on the sacred geometry of those wings that we shall do it one day.

Leif Hagen said...

Sailor Girl! Cute seagull photo. Is she getting ready for "takeoff?" Regards from EAGAN, Minnesota, USA

Dina said...

A beautiful bird picture to illustrate your thoughts.
What exactly is the problem with the Port Authority?

SandyCarlson said...

That's a wonderful and serene image.