Orange

Table, Coffee, Notebook

The mundane is so everywhere.


Photos: “Table, Coffee, Notebook” above and “Orange, White and Darker” below by the author and linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with theme “A Clockwork’d Orange”. I also linked them to trablogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge.

Orange, White and Darker

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

37 thoughts on “Orange”

    1. Although it is the kind of notebook I still like to use it is an out-of-date technology given that I could be taking notes on my phone and synching them immediately in the cloud. Thank you, Danik!

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        1. Both technologies have their advantages. The paper notebooks are easier to replace and they don’t need batteries, but they do need a pen with ink which I sometimes forget to bring along. Thank you!

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        1. What I like about your prompts is the inclusion of something that is easy to find a photo of with something that is impossible, like this current prompt: “orange” is easy, but “clockwork’d” not so much. That makes for a great prompt as I see it. Here are some suggestions having this contrast, but I think you are doing fine with what you come up with: “green unicorn”, “fairy glen” or “purple black hole”. One can fulfill easily only part of these prompts and then one hopes for the best with the rest.

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          1. Very good to know these prompts offer something of a challenge! I like all of your suggestions, so don’t be surprised to see one in an upcoming prompt. You’ll get the credit, of course.

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    1. I am glad you enjoyed that line! The mundane is everywhere and there is enough to go around for everyone. It is so mysterious and majestic even thought it is mundane. Thank you!

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  1. Clock Work Orange
    thOughts of
    Facebook
    And other
    Social Media
    Sites as an Ultimate
    Revenge of the Nerds
    Reducing Social
    Life to
    structure
    out of ifs and buts
    of life when it’s real but
    the avenues of art are real
    too as virtual or real the mind sees it all..
    now
    even
    hidden
    from views..:)

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    1. It was a long table in a Starbucks on Wells and North (Chicago) and the table was made from recycled architectural timber. It had a lot of character going way back. Thank you!

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