Every day we share a single photo from our Flickr Pool shot by one of our faithful and talented readers (that’s you!).
Last week, VIA Unplugged author Michael Tedesco mentioned the concept of ‘meta’ in his post when he posted a photo of mine based on an idea that Jef Choy riffs on occasionally in his columns. It was a very meta moment indeed. Well, yesterday I had a ‘meta’ day myself – during my lunchbreak at work the internet was down, so I started reading ‘Along the No. 20 Line’ that author Rolf Knight had posted as a PDF on his website, thanks to a post by Bob. Then after work I went to the opening of a photography exhibition that Artsy! Dartsy! posted about yesterday; a show that I should have known about, but would otherwise have missed as I wasn’t aware of otherwise – I even turned down a ticket to the Canucks’ game to go to the opening; in hindsight, I am absolutely sure I made the right choice!
So it was a meta day for me indeed.
Consequently, I have no segue what-so-ever into today’s photograph. But as soon as I saw it in the pool last night I knew I’d have to post it and share it with all of you. A cute, wholesome and humourous image by knitgirl that is either about a cat who thinks she is a dog, or about some pet-owners who can’t tell the difference, entitled danger lurks.
Contributers to the Flickr Pool are ON FIRE this week! So many good images, and yet I can only choose 1 per day. Its a heavy burden to bear, but I am game. I look forward to the next few days of posts, there is just so much material there. Keep them coming!
Having said that, if you’d like for me to return the meta-favour Mr. Tedesco, I’m sure I can fit you in!