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Friday, November 02, 2012

Photohunters: Seasonal and Anger

I decided to look for an old shot with a situation that might cause seasonal anger. I found the photo below from several years ago where the Christmas wreathes show that it's the season of joy but the car pulling out in front of another car might create seasonal anger due to impatience.
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12 comments:

Sue said...

I went with an older pic too, although yours clearly demonstrates both themes so well :) Great pic and have a happy weekend!

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Mar said...

That's perfect! I couldn't manage anger :)

Happy weekend.

seasonal

ewok1993 said...

in this season, people's patience is as short as daylight. perfectly executed combo of themes.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I look forward ever weekend to your combo of the photo-hunters and today you did a fantatic job. Really great. I know several people in gray Oregon who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD)... I'm pretty sure that I know people who suffer from seasonal anger too!

EastCoastLife said...

Seasonal anger arrives every year during the festive seasons. Dislike the long queues in the malls, at the cashier's and in restaurants. Customers tend to get irritated at every little thing and we see fights sometimes. :P

YTSL said...

LOL, a creative take on the two themes, Carver!

Here in Hong Kong, I have public transport rage more than road rage... ;b

JDeQ said...

Nice seasonal shot. The Christmas stuff is starting to appear around here as well. SIGH

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

I am just not ready for the Christmas stuff yet... one season at a time!
Happy Hunting y'all~
Sandi

Cezar and Léia said...

Or perhaps the other car just decided to wait and gently give way to the one pulling to the street... I hope.
God bless you!
Cezar

Gattina said...

I didn't know that the other theme was seasonal ! So when I read "seasonal anger" I had to laugh !! Sounds nice "seasonal anger" hahaha !

Ann said...

I must say this anger is all the time.

Vicki said...

Christmas decorations are seasonal but we are seeing them displayed earlier and earlier each year it seems

My seasonal is at http://hindmarsh-island.com/?p=919