I must apologise for breaking the rules here. I have no photo to present, but the word chaos triggers memories of my studies of English phonetics at university. We were given this poem, thought up by G. Nolst Trenité, a Dutchman, and were told to transcribe it to the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). I had it on my professional website for a long time, as it wasn’t well-known then. This has changed by now, as you can watch several versions in various flavours of English.
I never understood why the English language is considered easy by so many non-native speakers.
Here’s another link to the poem The Chaos.
Part of The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge Chaos.
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I’ve looked at quite a few other contributions now and must admit I’m utterly amazed. Apparently chaos (like beauty) lies in the eye of the beholder. I couldn’t find anything chaotic in most photos. It must be my attitude. Fair is foul and foul is fair…