Welcome to ImageDialog

Welcome to my blog, ImageDialog, a forum to contemplate beautiful images and discover the emotions they awake on us.

I encourage you to share your thoughts and to read others’ comments.  We will learn together how images can have different meanings depending on who is looking. There are no right or wrong opinions, just perspectives!

Bienvenido a mi blog, ImageDialog, un espacio para contemplar bellas imagenes y descubrir las emociones que ellas despiertan en nosotros.

Te invito a compartir tus pensamientos y leer los comentarios de otras personas.  Juntos aprenderemos como las imagenes pueden tener diferente significado dependiendo de quien las observa.  No existe la opinion correcta o erronea, solo hay diferentes perspectivas!

Photo: Robert Lino

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Good. Deep. Alive.

Awe | Respect | Sadness

“By having a reverence for life, we enter into a spiritual relation with the world. By practicing reverence for life we become good, deep, and alive.” Albert Schweitzer

I might not fully understand the believes of this Indian woman, but contemplating this picture stirs respect for them. Watching the tenderness of her touch to the dead elephant and the offer of flowers she showered on her makes me experience sadness for the lost of a life.

offering

Letting go

Miami Beach - 2013Photo: Silvana Coronado

Miami Beach – March 2013 | Photo: Silvana Coronado

Awareness | Contentment

“Security can only be achieved through constant change.”  William Osler

One of the hardest things to do in life is letting go. The ocean is a symbol of constant change. Each wave reminds us that to be alive is to surrender the urge to hold on to what is dear to us: ideas, people, and opinions.

Inner World

Photography by Iris Coronado

Photo: Iris Coronado

CURIOSITY | NOSTALGIA

Looking at his gaze, I just can’t help but wonder, what is he thinking about? Is there a connection between his thoughts and the soccer ball?

Children are known for their capacity to live in the moment, but adults sometimes forget that children also dream. As a child, I was a dreamer and looking at him, on one of those glimpses of heaven, made me nostalgic.