About right…


Artist: Santiago Vecinoa Concept Artist / Illustrator from Montevideo, Uruguay (via Your Eyes Blaze Out)

Comments

  1. And this supports the theory…

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  2. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    True that!! 😳

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  3. Not as guilty as some, but I do own up to using my personal obsequious (always wanted to use that word) device in spite of it usually getting the better of me. Usually? Most always.
    How embarrassing…

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  4. so creepy and true

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  5. You think?

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  6. Powerful image!!

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  7. I personally can live without mine. I like the freedom from it. The ones that need to get a hold of me in an emergency always have a way to reach me other than my cell phone.
    But all three kids that are away insist I don’t deactivate my Facebook account. Their preferred way of communicating in FB messanger.

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  8. Resistance is futile… wonder why I’m thinking of The Borg (apologies if you are not a ST-TNG fan…)

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  9. Power packed picture, David and yes so true, we are getting chocked unnecessary.

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  10. Ouch! It’s definitely a suction of our minds and of our time. And mostly we have know idea. Great pic 👍

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  11. This. Is. Creepy.

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  12. WLS…not me – in fact, half the time I forget my phone at home.

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  13. Wow. Powerful photo. We are such slaves to our devices.

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  14. Guilty. But not as guilty as some…..ha ha

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  15. Scary! Reminds me of Alien! Yes we live around technology and let it control us.

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  16. It’s so easy to get sucked in when it’s so accessible. In Italy I had no Wi-fi unless I sat in a specific spot at certain times. Cell phone access was more readily available (thanks AT&T) but cost the price of 2 great Italian meals. So I decided it was a better investment to eat good food, walk a bit and set aside my phone……
    It is possible after all! Just not so easy coming back to the usual habits…

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  17. Reblogged this on Bright, shiny objects! and commented:
    #seemslegit

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  18. Creepy image…evokes the thought that his life essence is being harvested and he is now a cyborg app…

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  19. I still have a land line! & I use a prepaid cell only for occasional incoming.outgoing calls and texts…my husband never sent a text…and he wishes that on this leg of our vacation (ah the ocean is so beautiful) that we didn’t have any coverage, because we have rec’d three calls today…apparently there is a mouse at large in our home…ugh.

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  20. Life in the slow lane is good…finally linked my cell to the one car that has bluetooth, it is an 09 purchased about a year and half ago (we love the heated & air conditioned leather seats) …the other cars have a dual CD/ cassette tape decks./// We did have a ring tail cat every-night last summer prowling the yard…turkey vulture came a few feet over hubbies head in the garden the other night.///The sun is sinking into the horizon of the Ocean, must go appreciate, such a gift 🙂

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    • Smiling. Your comment reminds me of a Mary Oliver poem:

      Morning Poem”
      by Mary Oliver

      Every morning
      the world
      is created.
      Under the orange

      sticks of the sun
      the heaped
      ashes of the night
      turn into leaves again

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