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One Response to “Short walks”
Aside from being a very entertaining cartoon, “Short Walks I Have Been On” contains shapes which resemble the kind of doodles that some trained people can analyze, e.g. as having subconscious meaning. This is simply what they look like to me: (left col. top down) 1. A bird, possibly a dove trying to look like a peace symbol; 2. a relatively small area which it might be interest to stroll around; 3. an olive; (right col. top down) 4. a hawk following the dove, possibly in order to relieve its own hunger (not the dove’s); 5. a gamete (as seen through a very strong microscope) 6. flower with petals (no stem) or a way to turn a walk around a smallish area into a much longer one. I have decided not to analyze the drawings. Probably those familiar with ink blot tests may be tempted to analyze me, but don’t try it!