Conscience of Logic

Thoughts flow in and out of my mind.

Trying to stop them, freeze them in time.

Must put them somewhere safe

Where they’ll do no more harm.

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78 Comments on “Conscience of Logic

  1. This would be a perfect place to find peacefulness and enjoy the tranquility! Enjoyed the music πŸ™‚ Hope you do well, Paula. {{{Hugs}}}

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  2. Great picture Paula, beautifully warm and evocative – what’s the music? I don’t know the song….it’s nice though πŸ™‚

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  3. The photo and music are such a soothing combination Paula, warm enough I hope to keep your thoughts safe while melting and letting go the more troublesome. Easy enough to say I know . . .!

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  4. A lovely combination of image and music Paula. If you master the trick of successfully putting thoughts away safely let me know! I’m always looking for new ideas. πŸ™‚

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  5. Des tons bleus et orange… J’adore. πŸ™‚ Joli travail Paula ! πŸ™‚ Et belle musique. πŸ˜€

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    • Salut Yoris :). Cela a ete pris il y a quelques annees dans un ferry bougeant bien vite vers les iles de Malta :). J’adorais le coucher de soleil la bas πŸ™‚ Merci por ton gentil commentaire πŸ™‚

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      • Il bougeait peut-Γͺtre vite mais ta photo est nette ! πŸ™‚

        Tu as changΓ© ton thΓ¨me de blog ? πŸ™‚ Il est pas mal celui-ci ! πŸ™‚

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          • Il me semble un peu plus clair et aΓ©rΓ© que le prΓ©cΓ©dent. πŸ™‚ On verra s’il est mieux Γ  l’utilisation ! πŸ˜€ Mais dΓ©jΓ  lΓ , j’aime bien. πŸ™‚

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  6. I’ll never get tired of looking at this image, Paula… I have to learn how to take night photos, especially Christmas is coming πŸ™‚

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        • The shutter speed all depends on the light conditions. Sometimes 1/2 sec, other times 30 seconds. But if you’re shooting Christmas lights outside make sure not to over expose and “blow out” the light so that all the details are lost. It’s always better to under expose, because you can still get details from the RAW file in an under exposed photo. If it’s over exposed and the details are lost, then there’s nothing to recover.
          Sometimes multiple exposures are very handy. You can then create an HDR photo, or you can work on the ones that are good and delete the others.
          BTW: I am talking about shooting pictures outside, but basically it’s the same if you’re shooting inside – you’ll probably just have to adjust the ISO.

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    • Hello CG, What photo is stunning? The one in this post? I am glad you like the new looks here, I paid for this theme :). I am thinking about putting my old custom header back once I fit right size… I am interested as to what you think about putting my eyes header back?

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  7. Such a peaceful episode I just spent in your company, Paula. Many thanks.
    The photo has a special glow. Could have been a Thursday one πŸ™‚ The words you could put in a sack and drop off the quay, but they’d still come back to you.

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    • Yes, thoughts act like this :S. That photo was taken on Malta beginning of January almost 3 years ago. It did not require any post processing πŸ™‚ A magical place! Thank you for sharing your time with my memories.

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  8. Amazing photo, perfect for deep thoughts – why freeze them, why stop them – let them free and when they return as bright colors in our minds – if they don’t come back, so they wasn’t worth it… πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  9. And the best place to pour out those thoughts is the near or into the ocean. There’s this comforting feeling if I do it that way. Somehow, the constantly moving waters take those thoughts away as the winds purge them off me. I feel like this is the only place where they drift away when…

    Oh, this kind of view never seizes to amaze me.

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    • πŸ™‚ it is very nice to read you. my heart is grateful, Sony. That was a view from a ferry boat beginning of January 3 years ago – not a scene I would usually see that time of year πŸ™‚ My thoughts are fresher – they appeared the same day I posted this. Hope you will listen to music πŸ™‚ xx

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  10. I just did. How could I forget that…

    It’s a befitting song, Paula–definitely. I feel like I am in a car driving somewhere unknown but very happy…I must tell I felt that what they call frisson again just like when you let me listen to “For You” by Tin Sparrow. I had a hard time finding where to download that song by the way. But it’s worth the search so to speak.

    Paula, I am inclined to like songs with this kind of theme. Mushy but ironically uplifting.

    Please tell me who the artist is.

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