10 Things Mr. Spock Would Say About Landscape Photography

Mr. Spock

Here at Landscape Photography Shop, we were wondering if Star Trek’s Mr. Spock had ever experienced the beauty of Landscape Photography and if he did, what might he say. I’ll bet you were wondering the same thing, Mmmmmmmaybe not.

Anyway, we took 10 famous quotes from Mr Spock and applied them to situations where he might be viewing Beautiful Landscape Photography…….. Hey, it could happen.

 

10. “Fascinating”

Antelope Cave

As Mr. Spock gazed upon this Beautiful triptych photograph of Antelope Cave at Antelope Canyon, Page Arizona, he became mesmerized. After some 20 minutes of staring at the photo, the only word Mr. Spock was heard to have said was “Fascinating”.

 

9. “For the first time in my life, I was happy”

Venetian Cafes at Night Triptych

As Mr. Spock looked upon this gorgeous photo of Venetian Cafes at Night, he could not help but remember his first trip to Earth and his visit to Venice, Italy, he exclaimed to Jim (Captain Kirk) “For the first time in my life, I was happy”.

 

8. “Please Captain, not in front of the Klingons”

Corsica Sunset Triptych

This Beautiful 3 panel triptych photograph of a Corsican Sunset was displayed in the welcome area of a Klingon vessel, as Mr. Spock and Captain Kirk transported onto the Klingon ship for peace talks, the sight of this beautiful picture caused Captain Kirk to fall weeping to his knees. Mr. Spock quickly helped Captain Kirk up, whispering in his ear “I know you love that photo but, please Captain, not in front of the Klingons”.

 

7. “Time is fluid… like a river with currents, eddies and backwash”

Boathouse on the River

This triptych photograph could make anyone become philosophical as it did Mr. Spock as he viewed this Boathouse on the Swan River in Perth, Australia he exclaimed “Time is fluid… like a river with currents, eddies and backwash”. “Anyone want to go for a swim?”

 

6. “Captain, life is not a dream”

On The Rocks Triptych

Captain James T. Kirk stood mesmerized and open jawed as he looked upon this Dreamy Triptych photograph titled On The Rocks, Mr. Spock tried desperately to snap the Captain out of his hypnotic state with the only logical statement he could think of “Captain! Captain, life is not a dream”.
 

5. “Having is not so pleasing as wanting. It is not logical, but often true”

Majorca Beach Scene Triptych

For years Mr. Spock kept this Beautiful Triptych Photograph of a Majorca Beach Scene on the wall of his quarters. He would dream of some day retiring and living on that very beach. Finally he had saved enough money and bought that very property only to realize he missed traveling the Galaxies. Mr. Spock returned to Star Fleet and hung the triptych up in his new quarters. A junior officer came to Spock’s quarters to brief him and asked why he had returned to Star Fleet? Spock gazed upon the beautiful photograph and said “Having is not so pleasing as wanting. It is not logical, but often true”.

 

4. “It’s the only Logical choice”

Tree In the Fall Triptych

After visiting Landscape Photography Shop and admiring all the great Triptych Photos, he soon discovered that all the products had been reduced by 10% to 20% and ship free in the continental United States. Mr. Spock picked out several Landscape Photography shots and Beach Scenes he really liked. When asked why why he liked Landscape Photography Shop so much he answered “It’s the only logical choice”.

 

3. “I’m in control of my emotions”

Oahu Palms Triptych

As Captain Kirk and Spock gazed upon the new Triptych Photograph of a Oahu Hawaii Sunset that Captain Kirk had bought for his quarters, Captain Kirk began to weep uncontrollably. Captain Kirk said to Spock, “Spock, Spock, It’s such a beautiful picture, how can you not react to such beauty?” Spock replied, “I’m in control of my emotions”.
 

2. Are you sure it’s not time for a colorful metaphor?

Cliff View Triptych

As Mr. Spock, Captain Kirk, Dr. Mccoy and Scotty stood silently enjoying this beautiful Triptych Photograph titled Cliff View, some 10 minutes past. Mr. Spock who was quite puzzled by the silence cried out, “Are you sure it’s not time for a colorful metaphor?”.
 

1. “Live long and prosper”

Downtown NYC Skyline Triptych

As Mr. Spock gazed upon the city skyline photo of the great earth city of New York, he was reminded of the Vulcan proverb “Live long and prosper”. “Live long and prosper NYC, live long and prosper”.
 
 

10 Things Mr. Spock Would Say About Landscape Photography

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