Doctor, Where Is the Doctor?

As the Tardis lands
On foreign soil, it watches.
Frozen Eye stays still.

Featured image captured in Lucinges, Haute Savoie, France, on January 7th, 2017 with an iPhone 5S HDR settings.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. RaptureOfTheDeep says:

    Photo is a Weeping Angel; It can send you into the past.
    Amazing capture.

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    1. Most definitely! I love the comparison 🙂 Thanks for stopping by. I am glad you liked it!



        Some people think that Dr Who is only for kids. A man in a box with a screwdriver. In appearance,yes, it’s true.
        But I have one question… What about the last words of the 11th doctor?
        “We are all different people all through our lives and that’s okay, that’s good you’ve got to keep moving so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.”

        Well… Maybe not only for kids I suppose. Once again, I’m thinking about photo album. Take a picture may seem insignificant, but it’s not.
        It’s imposible to have exactly two same pictures. Leafs, light, clouds,…,a smile… Complicated capture the subjective perfect moment.
        Photography is an ounce of time and time is unpredictable. Sometimes too fast, sometimes to slow.
        It is time to take the picture.

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        1. It is definitely a show intended for both a teenage audience and an adult viewership. There are many layers to this show. That is what makes it so interesting. Thanks for pointing out those lines 🙂 very wise indeed!
          Have a beautiful day!


        2. I also agree with you about photographs. They are all unique captures of definite moments. It is why they are so precious.



    Tick tock, goes the clock 🙂
    Have a nice day too! Thanks

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