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Five Photos, Five Stories (III)

It is important to ‘talk with’ each other and not ‘talk to’ each other
conversation includes both the mouth and ears.

Very little is understood from a distance
so it’s often based on either guesswork or prejudices.

Conversation favorise la compréhension.

Conversation promotes understanding.

Conversación promueve la comprensión.

Percakapan mempromosikan pemahaman.

Rozmowa promuje zrozumienie.

Gespräch verständnis fördert.

वार्तालाप समझ के को बढ़ावा देता है.

Samtale fremmer forståelsen.

The rules of Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge are:
1) Post a photo (or more) each day for five consecutive days.
2) Attach a story to the photo.
It can be fiction, non-fiction, poetryor nothing more than a short paragraph.
It’s entirely up to you.
3) Nominate another blogger to carry on the challenge.
The nominee is free to accept or decline the invitation.
This is supposed to be al fun and it isn’t at all a command performance.
Challenged by the happy and very talented girl behind the blog “Soul’n Spirit

The excellent german blogger “Puzzleblume” is a inspring creative soul
eye for the surroundings, it would be interesting to hear the stories behind her photos
Hopefully she will be tempted to catch this line and create her version of this free style ..?

Reklamer

Same old track

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An impressive container barge on the very trafficked european river Rhine.

The past is never where you think you left it
*Katherine – american journalist, essayist, short story writer and political activist*

The logistics and distribution has always been a huge challenge for us humans.
Very resource intensive with huge obstacles as unavoidable ingredient.
Therefore, the imagination never lacked to find detours that could minimize the hassle.
Waterways quickly became part of the solutions – with very flat-bottomed barges.
Rivers from the very big to very small, either rowed or on some fewer rivers with sails
on the smallest waterways were the barges pulled by either humans, oxen or horses.

Nowadays a lot easier, driven by engines.

The inspirng ‘kick’ from Paula’s Thursday’s Special this week “Traces of the past