My avatar signifies my on-line brand and relates to the underlying concept on which that brand is being developed. The globe signifies the oneness of the world as a whole and our insignificance as individuals while at the same time trying to convey that the world is a set of interactions of which one is human kind.
Hhmmm, good question! Anonymity? Perhaps you could tell me what is says to you?
It's a black-and-white picture of me wearing a fedora. Does the black-and-white symbolize a penetrating gaze at the values underlying the colourful veneer of reality? Does the fedora link me to a history of detective fiction, signifying my investigation of the truth beneath layers of falsehood? Or do I just want to attract female hubbers with my pretty face in a suave photo? I'll say it's all of the above. haha
Mine, a picture of a carving of an Annunaki (one of our creator gods, not the imaginary "God") is explained briefly on my profile page.
It's an illustration of my username. He's supposed to be a rookie ball player and the lightbulb symbolizes that he's smart. In retrospect, I think it's kind of a lame username, but there we are.
My avatar signifies a place to dream and grow. A peaceful area, where one can find out what means most to them.
Now, to actually write some hubs on those topics, as I had planned when I began! LOL
Mine is a celebration of a sea fareing nation, taken at the Trafalgar 200th year celebration at Portsmouth in Hampshire.
I love flowers and the color purple. I took this picture at the Jordan River Baptismal Site.
by mandybeau 8 years ago
I do look like a female Che' More in terms of colouring hair etc. so I can say that, and we share an attitude.Just want to know what, and why you decide on an Avator if not using your own pic, as I did for sometime.
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
Why are people like the Wizzard of Ozz; the man behind the curtain?
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
I know a lot of people will say that this isn't necessary but wouldn't it help reduce spammers. Admit it, most of the people on HP who spam are without a bio and avatar. I know there are some sock pockets that go through the extra trouble to create real-looking accounts but I am sure that after a...
by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
Why do hubbers go to all the trouble of posting hundreds of hubs, creating really informative profiles then post a picture of their dog, cat, bird, avatar or favourite comic strip character?If I buy a book I get to see the author on the back cover. A photo of the person who has written the work....
by stuart747 8 years ago
mine is a little boring I know, I'm just thinking of changing it to something interesting but I don't know what'
by Shadesbreath 9 years ago
Christoph is about to escape unscathed from his hub regarding chaging his perfectly good and proven succesful avatar because all of you people are being nice and honest about his current one being fine.And you're right, it is.However, he should be PUNISHED for questioning himself (which I have...
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