...where Pen is mightier than the sword...
excellent, packs a lot into a few wordsthanks for sharingmartine
I love what you did with the photo, what a transformation, great piece.
Oh, for a peaceful quiet road,Where no lorries carry a load,Where Nature sets the pace,And on this I rest my case.
You've grasped how it feels, and clever use of image.
the image truly reflects the poem-well done!
You photo mash-up pulled from the photo just what you were looking for. My only advice: things are easier in the passenger seat as described in my Magpie Tales this week is In Vince’s Car.
nice work on the image and nice words too... JJRod'z
Awesome wild neon! Worth a thousand words!
I sure do love the art piece and the words are perfect!!HugsSueAnn
very creative piece... love "cacaphony" here...
Excellent collective noun for traffic!
Great image!And your words sum it all up. Nice write!Jamie
ugh yeah felt...when i used to live in baltimore...for sure...
Fine art of several types on display here. Congrats.
When you see a driver's mouth moving behind the windscreen, it's not always singing along to the radio. Sometimes they are words of submission.
Smashing in every way! Love your palette...
Cool color work- 'overloads' is putting it mildly!thanks.
So, so true! Cor - that really does look like a good old pile up there in your image!
I wish "submission" in traffic was so fun to look at! :)
- stuns commuters - oh, for sure!
..overloading sanity! Yes!! As always I love your clever interpretation of Tess' photos.
I LOVE IT! what you did with the photo and your poem is perfection.
Wow! What a trip! Love the "contemporisation" of the photo and your poem's comment on our modern urban life.
M88 Clever stuff!!
I'm laughing at Martin's dry comment. Just what I was thinking but in less creative terms...I was going to say that I don't think commuters are always submissive. Good shadorma, and clever twist of the photo to match your pile up!
Talk about succinct! Its brevity is packed, and I like it very much.
It absolutely does.
amazing lines,the last line is perfect.;)
Thank goodness I don't work in a city!