POTD: The Geography of Survival #18

POTD: The Geography of Survival #18The Geography of Survival #18
Bozeman, Montana

Reminds me of a song lyric “I can hear her heartbeat for a thousand miles.”

9 thoughts on “POTD: The Geography of Survival #18”

  1. You are the statistics guru. What are the odds that I stumbled in and watched half of “RAY” when I got up this morning when you posted this POTD? There were a couple of scenes that portrayed his amazing hearing development. All I hear is ringing in my ears…

    1. Randy, if you’re going to suggest an alternate interpretation for the photo, you also need to come up with an accompanying song. In the case of the earthquake/seismograph interpretation, the obvious choice (to me) would be Carol King’s song “I Feel the Earth Move.” An interesting upbeat interpretation appears here.

  2. Sorry, I didn’t realize that every photo needed a song, but as soon as you mentioned I needed to come up with a song, I thought the same one as you did before I finished reading the message.

    1. Randy, according to the nonexistent POTD response guidelines, you’re only required to suggest an accompanying song if the original post had one. 🙂

  3. By the way, after my last post, I decided to listen the the one you had linked. I didn’t make it through the whole song, I guess I have Carole King too ingrained in the brain, that I didn’t find that version very pleasant. On a side note of music, I heard a fairly new duo called The Milk Carton Kids on NPR a while back. To me they remind me of Simon and Garfunkel. Here is a concert they did. The banter in between songs reminds me of the Smothers Brothers and is quite entertaining especially around minute 42 where they talk about the ampersand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gL8eBrhVTJ4

    1. I wasn’t totally thrilled with that cover of King’s song that I posted, but after 40-50 years of hearing the original version of a popular song over and over and over again I like to change things up sometimes.

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