A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Happiness is in the quiet, ordinary things. A table, a chair, a book with a paper-knife stuck between the pages. And the petal falling from the rose, and the light flickering as we sit silent.”
(Virginia Woolf, The Waves)
Thank you so much…and welcome to my little room…
you’re very welcome Kari. I’ll have to come back and look more soon 🙂
…you are always welcome to see more (…smiling…)
thank you Kari !
B e a u t i f u l !
Oh…thank you so very much…
Good image, Kari – it could be nondescript, but the overhead wires and those purple tints in the clouds really lift it – taking it towards the unreal. And I really like – and identify with – the quote >>> very much a matter of being, rather than doing. Adrian
Adrian, thank you so, so much!… i feel the same…
Reblogged this on Peripatetic Poetry.
Thank you for sharing!
U r welcome🎈
a precious thing to , nice work
Thank you, Bart – for understanding…
was it nightfall or first daylight, better not to tell, Kari.
…I can tell you, as a secret, that was nightfall, I was in a bench at the garden with a book as a great company…
Such a book…it has a hypnotic effect: I was unable to stop reading.
The photo is so poetic!
Great post as always 🙂
Thank you so much, Montserrat!! Agree with you, a very beautiful and moving book!! (…smiling for you…)
Really captures that feeling you get in a sudden encounter with the sublime.Yet another picture I want to add to my collection of favorite photos on Pinterest, with credit to you of course.
Thank you so much for your thoughts… and to be part of that collection of yours… (…smiling…)
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Believes that things should not be in small drawers inside large closets.
As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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