Redux: Cohen & Carlson, Hamlet & Charles

Cohen and Carlson

The original: I wrote about Leonard Cohen as National Treasure #18 and Barbara Carlson as #150.

The follow-up: Barbara Carlson is now working on a series of greeting cards that feature birds. Many use the “bird on the wire” tagline from Cohen’s song.  Here are a few of them.  

Hamlet & Charles et al

The original: I had some fun with Hamlet’s soliloquy and famous existential question.

The follow-up: British actors and Prince Charles had some fun with different interpretations of Hamlet’s soliloquy.

 

 

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4 Responses to Redux: Cohen & Carlson, Hamlet & Charles

  1. Never really looked at birds, Isabel, but your terrific photographs inspired this series. Thanks!

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – Thank *you.* I don’t look at things on the sidewalk or in the street quite the same way, either . . .

  2. Eric Hrycyk says:

    Isabel

    I always assumed you were clean when you came to visit……I am now considering installing an outdoor shower. “Trust but verify”

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Eric – You stumped me for a while: I believe this belongs with Can You See Me Now? Outdoor showers at the lake are kinda cool when it isn’t, you know, cool. Maybe I could bring a certificate from a more-trusted source.

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