Split open a red cabbage, an onion, an apple, a tomato, an orange – in those doubles, you see Life’s twofoldness.

The left hand, the right hand.

Rank’s Doppelganger, Jung’s Shadow. Yin. Yang.

Two parts make a whole.

Photo 101 challenge, day 19

© 2014 C. Bertelsen


12 Comments Add yours

  1. Yes, sure. All types from all over the world; shops push either for Sabatier or Globe.


  2. Well, that’s a bit of a problem, isn’t it? I am sure there are similar knives to be had there, though.


  3. Thanks Cynthia! I’m in Holland, though.


  4. It’s a Chicago Cutlery knife that I bought at T.J. Maxx.


  5. Curious to know which one, as they’re way to expensive!


  6. Yes, Daggi Dinkelschnitte! Thanks.


  7. Lucille, thanks! And I also love my knife, it’s a relatively cheap one, and holds a sharp edge far longer than the more expensive ones I’ve bought in the past.


  8. Thanks, Timothy Allen.


  9. And a red cabbage can bring us back to our essence. We just need to think about it, as you did! Thanks. Great photo; and love your knife.


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