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"Just like an eagle

I will dare to go even

beyond the sky even if it is the limit

But wait will the sky allow me beyond it

or will it say i am the limit......."

 

Poem by Charity Nduhiu

 

I used a texture by Evelyn Flint Thank you so much for using it Evelyn!

 

Sending you love and hugs my friends,

 

Addy and ✞ Alfie

A memorial bridge that has been tainted with corruption, fraud, lies, and deciet. Has cost twice as much and taken twice as long.

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driver? hello?! i said turn left, driver!

 

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We are not trapped or locked up in these bones. No, no. We are free to change. And love changes us. And if we can love one another, we can break open the sky.

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Walter Mosley

 

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the geek behind the curtain: all photos and layers in this assemblage were taken by me using a point-and-shoot canon powershot SX50 and the free open source software package called GIMP. basic candid street shot, some languid weekend, mixed with just a bit of dream, looking for left field.

前程萬里....

Sky's the limit

 

Thank you everyone for your visit, favorites and comments.

 

2016.07.31 Yilan County, Taiwan, Rep of China © copyright by May Lee 廖藹淳

 

Have a great day...dear friends!! :-)

 

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"Sky's the Limit" at O'Hare International Airport. (4/9/2018)

 

The subterranean 262 meters (860 ft) moving walkway at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois bathed in neon light from the installation, Sky's the Limit (1987), by Michael Hayden. The walkway is part of the United Airlines terminal that was designed by Helmut Jahn; the terminal was listed as one of the 150 favorite structures in the United States by the American Institute of Architects.

Nevermind the length of life.

What if you have just one day ?

Would you stay sleepless ?

What if you have to learn everything ?

Would you stay open ?

What if you have to touch the heart ?

Would you come over ?

What if you have to live it up ?

Would you walk slower ?

Would you come closer ?

Would you talk louder ?

Would you cherish silent more ?

 

I don’t think so.

You would remain the same idiot as you ever was.

nevermind!

better use some flavour

(woohoo cinnamon for every meal!!!)

meal tastes better,

life runs slower,

enjoy and smile more … :)

 

"Sky's the Limit" at O'Hare International Airport. (4/9/2018)

 

The subterranean 262 meters (860 ft) moving walkway at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois bathed in neon light from the installation, Sky's the Limit (1987), by Michael Hayden. The walkway is part of the United Airlines terminal that was designed by Helmut Jahn; the terminal was listed as one of the 150 favorite structures in the United States by the American Institute of Architects.

"Sky's the Limit" at O'Hare International Airport. (4/9/2018)

 

The subterranean 262 meters (860 ft) moving walkway at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois bathed in neon light from the installation, Sky's the Limit (1987), by Michael Hayden. The walkway is part of the United Airlines terminal that was designed by Helmut Jahn; the terminal was listed as one of the 150 favorite structures in the United States by the American Institute of Architects.

"Sky's the Limit" at O'Hare International Airport. (4/9/2018)

 

The subterranean 262 meters (860 ft) moving walkway at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois bathed in neon light from the installation, Sky's the Limit (1987), by Michael Hayden. The walkway is part of the United Airlines terminal that was designed by Helmut Jahn; the terminal was listed as one of the 150 favorite structures in the United States by the American Institute of Architects.

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