A fortune served up with a random* digital photograph from Flickr. Reload!
JIM_8101 by James J. Novotny
JIM_8443 by James J. Novotny
JIM_8502 by James J. Novotny
One evening he spoke. Sitting at her feet, his face raised to her, he allowed his soul to be heard. "My darling, anything you wish, anything I am, anything I can ever be... That's what I want to offer you -- not the things I'll get for you, but the thing in me that will make me able to get them. That thing -- a man can't renounce it -- but I want to renounce it -- so that it will be yours -- so that it will be in your service -- only for you." The girl smiled and asked: "Do you think I'm prettier than Maggie Kelly?" He got up. He said nothing and walked out of the house. He never saw that girl again. Gail Wynand, who prided himself on never needing a lesson twice, did not fall in love again in the years that followed. -- Ayn Rand, "The Fountainhead"
* The photographs and fortunes are only related to each other by virtue of being on this page together. The views expressed are not those of the operator of this website or the photographers whose works are shown. So how does it work? A fortune or quote is chosen at random and then the frequency of each word is computed. Then one of those words is used in a tag search on Flickr from which random photographs are chosen.