23 comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Communication

  1. Wow I haven’t seen a pay phone in over 10+ yrs π•Žπ•™π•–π•£π•–π•€ β„‚π•π•’π•£π•œ π•‚π•–π•Ÿπ•₯ π•˜π• π•Ÿπ•Ÿπ•’ π•˜π•  ❓
    jeez I get the local paper on the web every day 10$ a month though πŸ™‚

    • Probably for the same reason that I prefer holding a book when I’m reading rather than peer at the words on a screen, I would much rather get my news the old-fashioned way, by looking at a newspaper. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

    • Thanks, Indira! She was so thrilled to get a close-up look at the horses. A day at the track was always a regular outing for us during the summer but, sadly, I read that Arlington may close down because of dwindling attendance, certainly not helped by the pandemic.

  2. Hello Sue Human. Biasini here. Thanks for responding to my challenge. What a funny old phone that is. We horses would never have used that of course. And thank you for including the young girl patting the outrider’s horse. That horse will have loved that special bit of attention. 🐴

  3. What is it about horses and children? Perhaps we lose a bit of our ability to communicate non-verbally as we age? Certainly kids have mastered that! Terrific choices for the challenge Sue. I nearly posted a similar photo I shot in Vietnam of an old phone like yours. You just never see them any more. And, I agree, that’s a GOOD thing!

    • Thanks, Tina! It always amazes me how well animals respond to children, even when roughly handled, unintentionally of course. In this instance, there was no doubt about the love shown.

  4. GREAT examples. Well done. Some animals, at times, are meant to be hands on. Will we ever know or understand what psychic energies transfer, and in which direction?!

  5. Love your post – and the girl and horse communicating. I still have to have my newspaper – sit every morning for at least an hour with it. The touch, the feel the smell, the sound…cannot be replaced.

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