Sunday, March 13, 2011

Too Many Ghosts




My answer to this weeks collage obsession by GLENYS-she asks for only the interuptation of a single word MANY-but in this case I think TOO many is appropriate.
The only other charecters beside TOO MANY GHOSTS are the charecters for Water Dragon.
May there soon be peace and comfort for the people of Japan.

8 comments:

  1. wow, I clicked to enlarge and saw wayyyyyyyyyy tooooo many ghosts!!!
    I happen to love asian!!!
    Wonderful creation!

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  2. This is a brilliant and an amazing piece of work, Rick.... simply astounding. the devastation in Japan is so huge that we mere mortals just cannot comprehend.
    thanks for being a part of this challenge.

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  3. Since I have lived through Tehachapi (1952) Sylmar (1971) Whittier, Northridge and various smaller quakes I have some idea of what the Japanese are dealing with-but adding in the tsunami----wow
    Here is LA we were immobilzed by Northridge but we werent dealing with huge death tolls, water and radiation-this is a huge wake up call for ANYWHERE that quakes can happen-store supplies, know your escape routes and have a plan.
    I am ONE MILE from the surf here in Seal Beach-the tsunmai in Japan came in six miles or more-I am also surrounded by BRIDGES which tend to go down in large quakes-you can bet I am trying to figure out how to evacuate in the most sensible direction

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  4. A great piece of work! So much to look at.

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  5. Rick, yes, it sure is a wake up call...it's incredibly sad. I lived in Japan for a few years, and my heart goes out to everyone there. You're so right: "know your escape routes and have a plan."

    Your collage is wonderful. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  6. A great piece and tribute know the feeling re earthquakes in southern California.

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  7. so beautiful and yet thought provoking in many many ways..... my heart is full of sorrow and sadness for all that the people of Japan are going through right now. I have been praying for them since we first received word. I love what you have done here.

    this is my first visit to your blog, but most certainly not my last. thank you for the inspiration!

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  8. Unique, thought provoking, and chaotic...the state of so many nations at this point in time. Well done!

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