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I find this one very inspirational, very moving.

It would boost your spirit, well at least after reading this, i'm sure it'll got you thinking to do things differently ;)

You've gotta see through deep inside your head,,,and than act outside the box.

Cheers....!
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I appreciate your thought :) thanks.
Anyway it would be nice if you use IM and not on the post :)

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Overall... u need to hear it to believe it. Right?
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+gimmy lara i think you've seen me here on g+
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That's wht i called art. 2 tumbs up!
 
At first glance these might just look like piles of trash, but once light is cast on these meticulously constructed installations you are presented with a stunning surprise. Using nothing but pieces of garbage and discarded pieces, British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are able to create shadow art that forms smooth shapes that are completely different than what you'd expect from their shadows. Throughout their careers, the creative team have,

“Played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and define them with meaning. The result is surprising and powerful as it redefines how abstract forms can transform into figurative ones."

I love the disconnect between the trash and the human figures their shadow's create. Now that's what I call recycling ;)

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2100445%3ABlogPost%3A890462&commentId=2100445%3AComment%3A890806
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+Hamoud Ahmad yes, art is always amazing...
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If the 2nd pic should be the 1st pic, have u ever thought "how could the crow dig into the trash can which it was half empty?"
Well, i think despite it all, nice going, birdy :)
 
Did you learn something from this crow?

Re-share and Circle me if you like this..
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i'am fine.and you.
you are very cool.
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Can you guarantee a good man with a gun can stop a bad guy with a gun??
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Really inspiring.
 
At first glance these might just look like piles of trash, but once light is cast on these meticulously constructed installations you are presented with a stunning surprise. Using nothing but pieces of garbage and discarded pieces, British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster are able to create shadow art that forms smooth shapes that are completely different than what you'd expect from their shadows. Throughout their careers, the creative team have,

“Played with the idea of how humans perceive abstract images and define them with meaning. The result is surprising and powerful as it redefines how abstract forms can transform into figurative ones."

I love the disconnect between the trash and the human figures their shadow's create. Now that's what I call recycling ;)

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2100445%3ABlogPost%3A890462&commentId=2100445%3AComment%3A890806
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It is really amazing :) +Maria Flewelling 
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Y finalmente recuerden: país rico no es aquel donde los pobres logran tener carro, sino donde los ricos toman el transporte publico. - Gustavo Petro - Alcalde Mayor de Bogotá.

And finally remember, no rich country is one where the poor can have car, but where the rich take public transportation.

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Salut
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