Sunday, July 08, 2007

HALF EMPTY OR HALF FULL PHOTO TWO



I agree with "Outhouses " in my last post. Somehow it appeared much sharper until I posted it. Here is another shot taken yesterday. Still not great but a different view.
Same burning question.....Do you see the glass as half empty or half full and why?
Please check my other post from today. Thanks for your comments.
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23 comments:

Roland Simmons said...

I would have to say half full because when I pour something into a glass and I don't want it filled all the way I say "fill it half way". :-)

John Roberts said...

I've always been a "half full" person. Nice close-ups.

lv2scpbk said...

I like this view much better than yesterdays post. Nice shot.

Irredento Urbanita said...

the endless question, the constant dilemma, until now I can'y say the right answer with a true and real answer.

Bill said...

The best answer I ever heard to this questions was: It depends on if you are pouring or drinking.......

AphotoAday said...

I'd say half-full if the glass is being filled, and half-empty if the glass is being emptied... The "state" depends on the "action", which is, sigh, not always known...

Ash said...

Half-full surely!

annulla said...

Sorry, but it is too early in the day for such a philosophical question. I'll ignore the glass and use a china mug.

Olivier said...

les verres sont ils en cristal ? parce que avec des verres à moitiés pleins où vides tu pourrais jouer de la musique

are glasses they out of crystal? because with full glasses with halves where empty you could play of the music

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nobody knows. However, glasses are empty when made so when ever they have anything in them they are full or filled to a certain point. I think so.

Thanks for your visits to my blog.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

barkfoot said...

I'm just happy to have a glass!

barkfoot said...

P.S 'Koosh balls' are Sweet Chestnuts...yummy to eat.

Kate said...

Depends what's in the glass!!

Laurie said...

I like this one over the other one. Glass makes for lovely photos the way they catch the light.

I think for me it depends on my mood. I'm probably neither and optimist nor a pessimist but rather a realist.

Still said...

Fine image. But I do not know if the response exists....

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Anna said...

ALWAYS HALF FULL....I bet you already knew that!

Lilly said...

Without a doubt half full. I tend to look on the positive side of things even when things are going badly.
You didn't tell us, is the glass half full or half empty for you? I'm guessing, half full.
Great post today.

Paula said...

Another great photo, Sue! I like both photos. I interpreted the fuzziness as a study in depth of field! That sounds good. I think you should go with that!!
Paula

Chad Oneil said...

I'm a half full kind of guy because I'm an optimistic person for the most part.

Beverly said...

Your photos are so good. I love your 4th of July photo, and particularly when enlarged.

I remember my children playingwith the koosh balls as well. What fun. I'm trying to get caught up while my computer is letting me. Thanks for stopping by.

JAM said...

I'll say that the glass is neither half empty nor half full.

As an engineer, I would say that the glass is two times larger than it needs to be.

I can't help it. It's a disease.

Blue Wave 707 said...

My answer is half-full.

An engineer would say ... too much glass