Posted on November 27, 2013
Posted on November 10, 2012
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.
Listen to Rodrigo Leao’s Vita brevis (as in Ars longa, vita brevis – or in my interpretation of Pompeii “Lives were extinguished, but art lives on”)
Posted on September 1, 2012
Posted on August 23, 2012
Posted on August 3, 2012
The harder you wait for something, the lesser are the chances that it will come. (my quote inspired by delayed weekly photo challenge :D)
Click on the link to listen to the music 14 – I Will Be Waiting
Posted on July 21, 2012
This photo should have turned out differently in my head, but something was against me today, and my obsessive nature told me to wait no longer and after all the effort (obsessing), and thought I had put into it I had to publish it. So, here it is – a photo of my most treasured collectibles – books, that have made me company my whole life. I am sure all of you book worms out there will understand the connection between a reader and their books.
And here follow some quotes about books… I am curious as to which one of the following reflects best your relationship with books:
“Clearly one must read every good book at least once every ten years.” ― C.S. Lewis
“Maybe this is why we read, and why in moments of darkness we return to books: to find words for what we already know.” ― Alberto Manguel, A Reading Diary: A Passionate Reader’s Reflections on a Year of Books
“Life is too short to read books that I’m not enjoying.” ― Melissa Marr
“Maybe reading was just a way to make her feel less alone, to keep her company. When you read something you are stopped, the moment is stayed, you can sometimes be there more fully than you can in your real life.” ― Helen Humphreys, Coventry
“I have always been passionate about travelling. Credits to the books for they were invented. If not, I might not be able to reach my dream.” ― Haidy Santos
I feel closest to Manguel’s and Lasenby’s sentiments. How about you?
And now a shot of a small part of my collection 😉