Single Frame Story … Week 5

I found this week’s Single Frame Story theme challenging.  The theme, as shared on Whiskey’s and Botgirl’s weblog, is “little did he/she know.”  The idea I arrived at was a happy accident, in truth.  My hunch is that can often be the case when it comes to art.  Just being open and receptive enough is sometimes all you need to get the creative juices flowing.  In this case, here’s how the happy accident unfolded.  While listening to wonderful friend Calli dj at Tribeca, the conversation turned to Facebook.  Calli shared her thoughts on it, to which I said “You will be assimilated” and Solaria quipped “Faceborg.” 

As you’ll see when you look at the image, my entry for this week is definitely a group effort.  Thank you, Calli and Solaria, for our fun banter on the social media monolith.  Who knew that in that moment we were truly in the process of creating something.  It’s so much fun when things like that happen…and when I become aware enough at some point to realize it.  

Without further ado, then, here’s the entry from this little “collective”  (appropriately/ironically enough).  The image is entitled: 

“Little do you know just what you’re getting into.”

By the way, Friday nights at Tribeca in midstate new york brings a great group of interesting and fun souls together who enjoy each other, conversation, and Calli’s extensive music selection.  Head on over sometime and get assimilated!

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2 thoughts on “Single Frame Story … Week 5

    1. Thank you, Whiskey, for your wonderful words and encouragement! Your creations are so incredibly impressive, so thank you truly for your wonderful words. The ironic thing is that not too long after posting that entry, I found myself logging into Faceborg, er facebook! Go figure, laughing.

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