Robotic?

I found this challenge a little, shall we say, challenging…..

I then thought of a production we had seen in Lanzarote. The movements of peoples leaving an area in a line, moving steadily, rhythmically could appear robotic…..one foot forward rhythmically following the last, in an endless attempt to move forward.

Robotic in line

Robotic in line

linked to Paula’s Thursday’s Special

35 comments

  1. Brilliant idea. Well done!

  2. We like your interpretation of the challenge very much, Sue! It’s got a groovy feeling … 🙂

  3. Thoughtful and interesting response to the challenge…It gives me a lot to think about.

  4. I knew you’d do something imaginative and opened your post with undisappointed anticipation. I’m glad you’re back.

    • Sue

      Meg, your enthusiastic comments (along with those of others) are one of the reasons I keep on blogging!! You have such a great way with words….”undisappointed anticipation” is a cracker!

  5. I like a challenge that makes you think and you have definitely stepped up to this one with your unique take on it.

  6. Challenges should not all be easy…

  7. Yes, wonderful! And I love the photo. You see, I knew you could do it 😀

  8. Pingback: Thursday’s Special: Robotic | Lost in Translation

  9. Great interpretation, love the eerie red background, looks like the end of the world has arrived.

  10. It could well have been an almost impossible challenge, but you thought about it in a completely different way, and delivered your own unique interpretation.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  11. Fabulous image for the challenge, Sue. Quite eerily robotic. 😕

  12. Nice: Obedient pacing. Minds elsewhere.
    Great take.

  13. Wonderfully dramatic, Sue! 🙂
    Hope your sniffles are better?

  14. Suzanne

    They even look robotic in the photo.

  15. Very creative thinking Sue 🙂

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