A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“- Why do you want to dance?
– Why do you want to live?
– Well, I don’t know exactly why, but… I must.
– That’s my answer too.”
(Michael Powell/Emeric Pressburger, The Red Shoes)
you must …………..
Good morning!! thank you, Marcello…
Still, I’d like to stop dancing from time to time, so I wouldn’t choose that particular pair of red shoes. But a pair of ruby slippers . . .
Lovely image, Kari.
Thank you for your comment, Ashley! Mine will always be red… (…smiling…)
I MUST… say that you are inspired!
Thank you so much!!
I join the dance (…smiling a lot… )
I want dance like hardwood dresses of girls on the bridge of Avignon
you again surprise me !
Beautiful day for you!
Enjoy your dance…we never know for how long…
Thank you so much for your lovely comment, dear volcano!! (…smiling at you…)
You’re right, my Dear
So my arms outstretched to dance, to life The.
Between the ceiling and the floor, between
earth and heaven.
In the cradle
of the world we are in the thick of the dance and life.
Yes, I am volcano
I confess (… smiling a lot … to you)
I Love this-the image captures the words perfectly-The Red Shoes is one of my favorite films!
Thank you so much, Meg!!! (…smiling a lot…)
The Red Shoes is a very beautiful film, and yes, I love it too!!
Perfection jumped into my heart. Again, Again, Again.
…you are funny…again, and again…thank you, Jack!!
Love it! : )
Thank you, Karen!!
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