Now What?

I took this photo on a day when I wasn’t sure what to take. Question marks and puzzle pieces.


  1. Klaus says:

    Oh, the creativity you posses :) I like it though!

    But what will you do next time you don’t know what to photograph?
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  2. Erin @ Classic Books says:

    This could be a powerful logo or a good campaign slogan. Besides your expertise, I’m truly seeing something bigger here. There should be a ‘Now What’ category.

  3. Maggie @ Managed Hosting says:

    Is it one specific puzzle, or a clutter of multiple ones? I feel like this explains my mood today; have that uncertain feeling today. Maybe it’s nation-wide.

  4. DiNaRa says:

    I agree with Erin that this image can be a great logo – so much in this simple question mark…

  5. TJ McDowell says:

    I’m a bit puzzled…what is this supposed to be? OK – that was cheesy.
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  6. This is sign! ;d But for real i would see it on perfect white screen and then i could be great logo for “Mr. Riddle” from Batman :dd

  7. Sometimes not knowing what you want to photograph inspires some of the best ones. And it would make a good logo, but it would also make a good book cover- in case you had no idea what to put on it.

  8. Alec Rowan says:

    I agree with Erin and DinaRa, this is a great slogan. Reminds me of life… so many questions…

  9. Jonathan @ Hairstyles says:

    Wow. Creating a question mark with puzzles. Smart and great!

  10. James Lee says:

    Thanks very much for all the comments, everyone!

  11. haha, love that, I get loads of those days… but never decided to take a pic about it!

  12. David says:

    Now that is creative. It is just the kind of ‘coming together’ of ideas that makes a great logo. I am genuinely impressed.
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  13. That is what creative means… Great shot
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  14. A puzzle within a puzzle. I like it!

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