Two into one won’t go……

Two into one will go and the supposition that they won’t flies in the face of the keystone of our nuclear life – happiness (or is that spelt “wealth”). One over one is a fraction of individuality, freedom, independence and occasionally loneliness whereas two fit harmoniously into one …….house, car, boat, tent, chicken run, bed, holiday, friendship, Twix packet, or kayak but, as is so often the case, not for long. Argument, collision, immersion, proximity, maltreatment, love, disappointment, betrayal, greed and loss of balance  are but a few of the array of counter measures that our unintelligence services use to erode this ideal and with a degree of success that would be admirable in any endeavour that rewarded failure rather than success. The problem may well lie in fermentation so the answer is  – “Don’t keep a lid on it”  

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About Food,Photography & France

Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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5 Responses to Two into one won’t go……

  1. the bubbles make it…!

  2. gosh, thats deep Roger. Hope all is well with you. A stunning photo.

  3. ChgoJohn says:

    Yet another spell-binding photo accompanied by a thought-provoking piece. Your posts never disappoint.

  4. ambrosiana says:

    That picture makes me meditate . Have you ever though one next to the other??

  5. ....RaeDi says:

    Words to think and even put a smile on your face, love the picture….RaeDi

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