A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Out past the fountain
a left by the station
I start the day in the usual way
Then think – well why not –
and stop for a coffee
then begin to recall
things that you say…”
(Tori Amos, Wednesday)
I really like your site, thanks for offering up to us!
Oh, Tim – thank you for being there watching it… (…smiling…)
I really, really like this!! Wonderful! And these lines; … “start the day in the usual way. Then think – well why not –
and stop for a coffee”… I just love this and it fits so well with your image.
Thank you so much, my dear Malin!! Little rituals, little world…(…smiling for you…)
Yes, all these rituals that sometimes makes life worth living 🙂 Smiling back at you.
…Of course, precious things!!… (…smiling too…)
‘A leaf fluttered in through the window this morning, as if supported by the rays of the sun, a bird settled on the fire escape, joy in the task of coffee, joy accompanied me as I walked.”
I like the atmosphere, intersecting lines, symmetry and harmony colors, on this photo. Caught fraction of the time, not just in the frame. your photo stopped me and I arouse my thoughts.
…and I love the quote so much, so beautiful!!
…and thank you, again ,and again dear volcano!!
I might now have to listen to that song too…. I understand those words perfectly
…I know you know, Anthony!! (…smiling…)
Thank you, and yes don´t forget the song…
Reblogged this on The Fountain and commented:
no words to explain. just wonder.
Thank you so much, for sharing my image! again…
It’s too good to share it not. 🙂
Thank you again, Michael!!
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