Genetically Modified Children of the Corn

7 comments on “Trans-Humanism”

  1. That is a funny title. (I don’t know what the problem with my comments section is. Nobody else seems to have a problem. I will have another look.)

    1. well it took me a while to get it thru to you that there’s a problem, coz i learned not to sit there trying a zillion times to comment, then have it finally work and it look like there’s no problem, so now when it works, i tell you that you have a problem…. but you really DO need a way to contact you on your blog so i can cut and paste the error and show you

  2. Trans Humanism is a much nicer place than on the Trans Canadian… love the shot Elainne!!
    in this one i can smell the trees… the meadows…fresh air and no exhaust fumes……xo….peter:)

  3. I like the picture but i’m sorry i ner don’t take the titles into account: when i saw ur picture i thought of this poem:

    Mon enfant, ma soeur,
    Songe à la +douceur+
    D’aller là-bas vivre ensemble !
    Aimer à loisir,
    Aimer et mourir
    Au pays qui te ressemble !
    Les soleils mouillés
    De ces ciels brouillés
    Pour mon esprit ont les charmes
    Si mystérieux
    De tes traîtres yeux,
    Brillant à travers leurs larmes.

    Là, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté,
    Luxe, calme et volupté. (Baudelaire, L’invitation au voyage)

  4. I always look at your pics first and have a gut response to them and then when I read your title and/or tags, I usually have a laugh at your line of humor. HA!

  5. Being with you darling is like lying in the tall grass & even the sky ain’t a limit. NOthing can stop us on our way to that photographic heaven of late night rock’n’roll & love, dear. Nothing can stop us now.

    All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

  6. AH! Sunshine and green! Your snow photo made me feel cold so this one is a real relief! 🙂

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