Friday, April 10, 2009

Et fedt billede.... A cool picture

Jeg fundet dette billede få dage siden og jeg synes at det er meget fedt! En vindmølle at symbolisere ENIGHED OG SAMARBEJDE i verden! Synes du at det ville være EN FRYGTELIG TATOVERING?! :o)

I found this picture a few days ago and I think it is so cool! A windmill that symbolizes UNITY and COOPERATION across the globe! Don´t you think it would make an AWESOME TATTOO?! :o)



8 comments:

Amy said...

I LOVE THIS!!!! Thanks for sharing this...it would make a great motto for the whole world to use to move us into unity as you said...Hope you are enjoying London my dear...

Anonymous said...

Notice while all the flags in front move together, the direction is controlled by the stars and stripes in the background.

LadyFi said...

Love the idea - but not as a tattoo! Ouch!

'Babs' said...

I love it, and yes, that in a tattoo would be very cool!

SH said...

That would make a cool tattoo. But where to put it? A super-talented person could strategically place it where certain bodily movements could make the windmill turn. Just a thought.

journeyinfinite said...

I love the message of global unity!

Anonymous said...

@ journeyinfinite

I don't see any message og global unity here, because this would have required they actually used flags from around the globe instead of just Western Europe and The United States.

In fact this poster is actually one of a number of posters created to promote the post WWII Marshall Plan in Europe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshal_plan
The Marshall Plan (from its enactment, officially the European Recovery Program, ERP) was the primary plan of the United States for rebuilding and creating a stronger foundation for the countries of Western Europe, and repelling communism after World War II. The initiative was named for Secretary of State George Marshall and was largely the creation of State Department officials, especially William L. Clayton and George F. Kennan.

The blue and white flag between those of Germany and Italy is a version of the Free Territory of Trieste flag, erroneously with a blue background instead of red.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Territory_of_Trieste

The Marshall Plan a plan of the United States. That's why the flag controlling the direction at the rear behind all the Western European flags is (a modified version of) the Stars & Stripes.

Paula said...

Kelli, its so good to have you back!
You have to give me some pointers about London because we are going there on a family trip next weekend! All part of my 30th birthday celebration!
And yes, very cool pic for a tattoo indeed.