Saturday, September 23, 2006

MM 142 - Post.05

Hello again! This past Thursday I turned in an assignment and today I'm here to share it with you. The objective of the assignment was to find either a quote, verse, song lyric, bathroom graffiti, or anything that was verbal or written inspiration. Then, gather photos and compile them into a final image that represents the theme conveyed in the passage. After a weekend of thinking and pondering various sources I came up with "Not all who wonder are lost". You may be familiar with this quote, it is taken from J.R.R. Tolkiens book trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. I took this quote and derived the image below. Let me know if you can decipher the meaning of the quote in it. Also share any other comments you might have as well... "David, you're insane" is also a plausible comment assuming you feel it applies.

In Him,


Kevin S. said...

Hahaha that is actually pretty cool!

Rachel said...

Perhaps my knowledge of what Tolkien ment by the quote it interfering with my deciphering what the picture is saying about the quote, but it seems to me that there is something about the fact that it may seem that we are wandering, following different roadsigns, but that isn't necessarily the case.

Regardless of that, it is a cool picture.

The Unknown said...

You are close Rachel, but there is even more behind the photos. Because you used to live here you should be able to figure out what it is. However I forgot to put one sign in so that might throw you off.


Kevin S. said...

Doesn't the picture tell you how to get from your house to SMI?

The Unknown said...

Congratulations! We have a winner.


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