photography and digital art
wygląda jak współczesna Arka Noego
Tak, z pewnością można o tym pomyśleć.
This is a powerful image rabirius. It really drew me in. Are we all doomed? sometimes I think so, but I don’t dwell on it.
Thank you, Alison.
Well, we can try to sail away from the doom.
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Dit lijkt wel een propvolle vluchtelingenboot
Ja, het ziet er hetzelfde uit.
Les places seront chères , peu d’élus …!!!
C’est malheureusement vrai. Mais il semble que nous ne pouvons pas arrêter les développements…
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A taille humaine dur dur …!!!
À vrai dire. 🙂
That is really fantastic.
Thank you, Jan. I’m glad you like it.
Wenn schon, dann das meiste hinter sich lassen 😉
iedereen wil mee..
maar of het zal lukken…?
een schitterende creatie Rabirius
Dat zal lukken als je dat gewoon wilt.
Taking off from the planet Earth? Sounds good, count me into that powerful image.
Okay, I will.
Een nieuwe versie van de ark van Noach
Dank je wel, Dirk.
I’m glad you like it.
Planet Earth in trouble! That’s what your creation entitled ‘Departure’ is telling me, Rabirius.
Well, we all know that it is.
Thank you for your compliments, Peter.
Just stunning, Rabirius. So stark and profound.
Thank you for your words.
Imagine we could drift to another planet 🤔🤓💫 always meaningful Rabirius … good thread too! Have a hopeful day ~ hugs hedy 🤗
Yes, it would be interesting to visit other worlds and galaxies. Well, in fact I already did visit another planet. 🙂
Really beautiful creation!
Thank you, Joke. I’m glad you like it.
This is what we are… sailing through the vast universe on a tiny ship.
Yes, we definitely are.
Dank je wel.
Wonderful to imagine options, and some of my favorite people too. I will be watching for the next booking 🙂
Okay, I think there are still some tickets left. 🙂
Good one, Rabirius
Thank you, John.
Looks a bit like a floating island rabirius – perhaps starting a new colony somewhere. Count me in!
Thank you, Tina.
Okay, I’ll reserve some space for you.
Welcome back! (I was ready to say that no matter WHAT you posted. I’ve missed you! In any case, I’ll stick with “welcome back” because this could be an arrival as well as a departure. ) One wonders why the organizer brought so many skycrapers and no apparent agricultural capacity. Good luck to this gang.
Thank you, Kim.
Well, you know, the big office buildings push agriculture away… 🙂
Now this captures the mood of the day 🙂 Well done, Rabirius ~ are you on the deck of the ship?
Well, no. I’m not on the deck. I have to stand in the water to take the pictures. 🙂
As intriguing as these always are.
Thank you, Derrick.
You always give me a giggle with Your headings. 🙂
You’re welcome. I like when I can make someone smile or giggle.
Looks like it’s going to be a great and interesting adventure. Any space left for me?
Yes, you can squeeze right it.
Thank you, Leyla. I’m glad you like it.
I like the concept “sailing away from the doom”. I’m a positive thinker so refuse to dwell on doom and gloom, but liked your picture. Thought provoking for sure!!
Yes, sailing away from the doom is always better than sailing right into it.
Wow, ein starkes Bild…
Vielen Dank, Ernst. Schön, dass es Dir gefällt.
Noah’s ark meets Manhattan.
Well, it’s Frankfurt 🙂
I found this history of the name in Wikipedia:
Frankonovurd (in Old High German) or Vadum Francorum (in Latin) were the first names mentioned in written records from 794. It transformed to Frankenfort during the Middle Ages and then to Franckfort and Franckfurth in the modern era. According to historian David Gans, the city was named c. 146 AD by its builder, a Frankish king named Zuna, who ruled over the province then known as Sicambri. He hoped thereby to perpetuate the name of his lineage. The name is derived from the Franconofurd of the Germanic tribe of the Franks; Furt (cf. English ford) where the river was shallow enough to be crossed on foot.
Yes, I remember that. I had to learn medieval latin at the university and we had to translate various texts by the Franks.
Could this be the New Earth Take off…. 🙂 The animals went in two by two….The bureaucrats got left behind…. 😉 Love it…. I can see the amount of work that too Rabirius.. ❤ 🙂
Thanks a lot. I’m glad you like it.
This is such a trip. So cool. Wow! ❤️
Thank you. I’m glad you like it.
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