A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“It is the soul that sees; the outward eyes Present the object, but the Mind descries. We see nothing till we truly understand it.”
sempre bello passare da qui……..
Thank you so much for your lovely comment!! (…smiling…)
Fantastic light … and you are very beautiful. The quote is very telling, I like it. I found this quote that I like very much;
The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter – often an unconscious but still a faithful interpreter – in the eye. (Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre)
Have a wonderful weekend, Kari. (it’s Friday again… Time really flies)
Oh, Malin! – thank you for your warm words…
…I like that book a lot, I have read it a long time ago…maybe I will read it again!!…
A wonderful weekend for you too…it´s flying again, yes!!… (…smiling for you…)
I like this series very much!
Thank you so much, Elena… I am glad…
if interpret this photo – it mean deplete and impoverish it .
You can beautifully transform reality.
…intense feeling of existence …
économie de la forme, le silence, la beauté !!
je salue cordialement ( with warm smile)
…merci, merci beaucoup ma chérie!! (grand sourire…)
Oh, Ken!! I thank you so much for your kind comment!!
Agree with my friend Ken; stupendously visual to the core.
…you are kind…as always… thank you dear Jack!!
Stunning Jack. I knew you would be impressed.
(…smiling for the both gentleman’s…)
A flleting moment of pure passion.
Marcelo, thank you!! (…smiling for you…)
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