09 June 2009

Looks Can Be Deceiving

Tuesday, June 09, 2009
If you think these are Double Trouble lighthouses...

...you are actually wrong!

Sometimes it takes another look or a different angle to see the real truth behind, so let's try to be more wise.


DOUBLE TROUBLE TUESDAY
Let's all encourage Martha's 11 year old wanna-be photographer and blogger son by playing along. There are no real rules, it's up for your own interpretation. Thank you.

Thanks for hosting, Martha

Watery Wednesday
Thanks for hosting, T. Bruce.

29 appreciated note(s):

Thom said...

Excellent photo my friend. It is fabulous. And you know I think it takes another look or a different angle to see the real truth behind, so let's try to be more wise applies to mankind as well :) Aloha my friend. But I bet that's what you were implying all along :)

ROSIDAH said...

LOL. You are so wise, Thom :)

napaboaniya said...

I agree, in all aspects of life we've gotta look at things in all different angles to catch the whole image well :)

Monica said...

This one is good in so many ways. Sometimes we look at something and take it for what we see and it's not always so. I love this entry, thanks for sharing. I played too.

quilly said...

This is a wonderfully wise lesson! One we would all be wise to heed. Far too often we judge things by surface values and never look at their true depth or meaning.

For instance -- I have finally gotten around to adding your feed to my feed reader, and I will be around more regularly in future!

ROSIDAH said...

Thank you Quilly, I would love that :)!

Vicky said...

wow, another new meme! should I play or should I not...let me check...

Anya said...

Fantastic shot ;)
I can see one........ LOL
I think your
fotocamera see it double HEHE

Jientje said...

Looks can be deceivng! Very well done! And I'm going to click that follow button too, Quilly's comment is inspiring! I can't believe I have not done that yet, I love your blog, as well as your comments when you visit mine!

Mildred said...

Hi Rosidah, What a great picture and a fun post. I'll check out some of the other entries. Have a nice day.

Pam said...

Awe, lighthouses are one of my favorite things to admire. This one is very unique, Rosidah.
Thanks for your visit and kind comment...

Tammie Lee said...

Yes indeed, things are not always as we assume they are! To be open to, curious of and look deeper can bring more views and insights. Thank you for reminding me!

Vicki ~ FL said...

Great take on the "double" lighthouses. Thanks for visiting.

aguthrieimages said...

Very slick photography there Rosidah, it had me fooled for e second.....

lisaschaos said...

Amen! Sometimes we forget to look at a different angle. :)

Suzanne Casamento said...

So true Rosidah! Perspective is a good thing. ; )

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Rosidah, Yes, that is deceiving!!!! I love lighthouses---so no matter how many the photo shows, I will enjoy them....
Hugs,
Betsy

Patty said...

Great photo; great message. Being a photographer, I have to look at things in many ways. I live my life the same way.

Martha said...

Cool photos Rosidah and I love thoughts to go along with them! Thanks for playing along and thanks for asking others to encourage my son as well :-)

Pacey said...

Great great shot and very nice post. Sorry am late, have been busy with school soon to open here.

Jama said...

We should always look at things from different perspectives and not confined our views from one angle!

Marie Reed said...

Wow! What a fun and clever image!

Syaa_Fiqq said...

At first I also thought there are 2 light houses. You are absolutely right, we need to look at different angle to find the truth. Interesting post Rosidah, have a nice day..

Thom said...

Quilly...it took you this long to had this blog to your reader? Where you been woman?

J Bar said...

Interesting.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

2sweetnsaxy said...

That was really interesting. It was definitely an optical illusion shot.
:-)

Regina said...

Nice one Rosidah.
Have a good day.

storyteller said...

What a kewl item ... cleverly presented! I've not heard of Double Trouble (and don't think I can find time for one more thing right now) but I did finally join the Color Carnival fun at Happily Retired Gal and am trying to visit other participants today. I also did Watery Wednesday at Small Reflections this week.
Hugs and blessings,

Far Side of Fifty said...

very interesting! :)