February 5, 2012

Third photo on a theme.

31 comments:

robinintn said...

Guys and Dolls?

chickenlittle said...

Walk vs. lope?

Trot vs. canter?

madAsHell said...

It's those two people from the dentist's office, and they are still trapped in a world filled with lines.

DaveW said...

Guys with hands in their pockets?

edutcher said...

Guy looks downcast, dejected, girl looks up in defiance or resentment.

Democrats?

Guys and girls - the girls getting more real.

DADvocate said...

I'm thinking geometric patterns. The second photo has the geometric painting in the background as well as the hallway and doors of the museum making a nice pattern.

Then, again, since a woman probably selected these pictures, something to do with gender relationships is likely too.

ALH said...

Somebody is always watching you.

deborah said...

Althouse, if someone guesses correctly, will you promptly acknowledge?

edutcher said...

Thanks, deborah.

Sometimes Miss Ann likes to keep us hanging.

ricpic said...

Couple

He looks one way and she looks the other
As they walk the thoroughfare;
However apart each internal weather
Together's the weather they share.

Deb said...

The sounds of silence between men and women. Men trying to understand women, and giving up.

Rusty said...

is this one of those concept art things like Goldstien does over at Protein Wisdom?

deborah said...

;) Ed. But to be fair, I should re-phrase because I realize she wants plenty of people to have a chance to guess, and she enjoys observing the different way people's minds work. So, maybe an answer by midnight :)

alan markus said...

I'm thinking it ties in with the post about the Facebook office the other day:
"The diagonal stripes on the carpet and continuing — miniaturized and de-diagonalized — on one wall."

deborah said...

Don't encourage them, Deb. It's like feeding Gremlins after midnight, that is, it's your fault.

Deb said...

Story of my life, deborah. but thank you for spelling our name correctly.;-).

shiloh said...

"Men trying to understand women, and giving up."

There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works. ~ Will Rogers

deborah said...

y/w :)

In the Seventies I was once on a church bus and there were seven Deborah Lynns. (Though I don't know if some were Debras or how all the Lynns were spelled.)

Deb said...

"Men trying to understand women, and giving up."

There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works. ~ Will Rogers

And, we're off! ;-)

wv: andra. From androgynous. An name that can be used for either sex.

deborah said...

Women. You can't live with them, and you can't leave them by the side of the road when you're done with them.

-Dave, from Moonlighting

Jess said...

Heh. Getting back to the photo, the odd angle of the tree, and the pattern of the paving, at first made it look to me like they were strolling horizontally on the vertical face of a building.

rosebud said...

I had the same response as Jess. Looks like they're walking on the side of a building.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

Linear flooring and angular spaces.

pm317 said...

The picture ha the appearance of those two scaling a wall..

dunce said...

A tree grows in Wiscosin.

deborah said...

Lack of eye contact; looking at the art, but not seeing it.

Rusty said...

The picture just before Ann launched a lugie out the window at them.

ALH said...

The person that you are with is distracted, looking at something/someone else.

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Wally Kalbacken said...

The theme is general lack of snow in Wisconsin in FEBRUARY. Just a little pile at the base of the tree.

deborah said...

Okay. Utile art (floor boards, bricks, frames) is often more beautiful than 'art.'

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