The more I know people, the better I like animals. Whoever wrote that one, he was reading my mind.
“And then one time I ate some rotten berries. Man, there were some strong gases seepin’ outta my butt that day!”
This time I went a step further in my photo post; I wasn’t happy with just posting a photo I had taken on my holidays, and enclosing a song, I felt like writing a music review as well. What follows is a picture I took on my recent holiday in Lugano, Switzerland, which I titled “Silver Lining”. In the bellow text you will find…
My mind is capable of greater things than being miserable. N.B. Ancient Egyptians regarded the pomegranate as a symbol of prosperity and ambition. Now that I have replaced a part of my brain (the left part) with pomegranate seeds, should I look forward to a more prosperous future? 😀
For my birthday a few days ago I made one wish only: to be wiser, and not necessarily older. The photo bellow is a step in that direction. The owl picture is a royalty free photo found on the Internet, and the merged face is mine. I give you Powla 😉
“Nature is pleased with simplicity. And nature is no dummy.” ― Isaac Newton You can see other entries for simplicity challenge here.
Ages ago a city vanished under the raging lava to be uncovered 17 centuries later and shown to the world. The dead city with so many traces of life remains as a reminder of once advanced civilisation. In the middle of the yard of an anonymous house surrounded by ancient columns stands a tree, the subject of my take on the Sunday post challenge….
I entitled the below photo “A watchful eye lurking for a giving hand at the entrance of a church ….“ It took me many years to get rid of the habbit of emptying my pockets every time I saw a beggar. It is symptomatic that they are always strategically located at the entrance of churches, taking advantage of the “faithfull“ in despair to redeem…
“Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.” ~Hans Christian Andersen While I was chasing butterflies in the mountains, I remembered this song from the French movie Le Papillon (2002). Give it a listen