WPC: Object

the objectification of bovines

the objectification of bovines



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36 thoughts on “WPC: Object

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  3. First, you humble me for the nod in my direction, BB. Many thanks for your recommendation of my photograph this week.
    Second, I like this! Those red bits of weathered metal really give this “object” the wounded look (to my mind’s eye anyway), and I am intrigued by the perspective … really elevates the object further. I feel empathy for this cow! πŸ™‚ But at the same time, it could be said that it’s much more idyllic and pastoral than I’m giving it credit. I’m probably too much in dark or steampunk mode tonight, BB, so excuse any misinterpretations! In the end, I’ll quote Whitman, who says it far better than I: “I think I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contained;/I stand and look at them long and long.”

    • Thanks, Leigh. I am a bit of a bovinaphobe, so I don’t feel in the least bit sorry for this cow – in fact, it’s how I like my cows – as art, lol πŸ˜€ “Steampunk mode” – fabulous! I have been forced into reading Steampunk novels for university (I’m a matured-aged student), and have to say, never even a sci-fi lover, I’m hooked 8-O. Young Adolescent Fiction in the genre in particular. Isn’t Whitman wonderful?

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