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Tuesday, May 15, 2007


I could hear the low tide calling my name as I stepped out to the warm, sunny balcony this morning.
There are few things I enjoy as much as feeling the soothing warmth of the sun on my skin and water gently lapping at my feet.
A season full of new things and anticipation is ahead of me and, I assume, all of you.
I will be focusing on opening myself to new experiences, re-connecting at different levels with different people and the projects I am planning to have done before the end of summer.
Wishing you a fantastic spring and summer!
Peace, love joy and laughter
Peace, love, joy and laughter
"If you were going to die soon and had only one phone call you could make, who would you call and what would you say? And why are you waiting?" - Stephen Levine


Plus Ultra said...

I cannot keep up with you, you have too much energy for a old man like me who can only run one blog and badly at that! I like this series of bach photos, excellent the way you catch those moments and frame them with your camera

Plus Ultra said...

They are very much like a series of paintings, abstracts, I think if you frame them together as one collage it would turn out to be a lovely picture for a living room, be careful I might just steal these pics, they are temptingly lovely :) :) :)

Pauline said...

The pictures are lovely indeed and a welcome sight. Spring is here :)

"Angeldust" said...

Dear Kianseng

I don't have a spouse, children nor a medical practice!
Neither have I been published (and translated - hm?

As you see that frees me up "a little".

Each blog is related to one of my interests - work/passion...

It all started with this "accidental one" - this is where we met, you probably don't remember.

Your blog(s) is/are multifaceted and ooze creativity and talent - my goodness!

Do take this pics and make a collage (we can both share?)
I don't know how to use the technology I have to make them.

(The post of May 9 may have some answers for you...)

My impulse to write this PM was interrupted by the (welcomed) call of a friend - too many of us are emailing instead of calling..

"Angeldust" said...

Thank you dear Pauline - thanks so much for leaving word.

Rauf said...

Dearest Angel,
honestly, i don't understand the pictures. Some of them are depressing. We choose brighter and livelier subjects, We choose to be happy. Life is an eternal tragedy Angel, we go after happiness. We do our best to make our lives as less miserable as possible. i can make my life miserable if i want.
Mystic Rose has posted a story, please read if you have time Angel.

All my love and lots of Hugs

Rauf said...

The story ' Smoldering fire ' is actually a report from a new paper.

"Angeldust" said...

Raufie dear
As much as I love ya and appreciate your honesty.
When I tell you "we live in different planets" I mean it!
We don't have the coulour you have.
Jusat because my apinting exude colour it does not mean that they reflect the culture - they reflect my moods.

On my way to the beach I did not encouter anything that called my attention... just gray cement and greenery.

It was the first time in months that I walked down to the beach.
Have not have my feet in the water since last year and those are the things I found scattered on the beach... not much more, just some broken clam shells.
FOr me, it was quiet a delightful experinece - then, very little can make me happy. (believe it or not)

Because "life is an eternal tragedy" we must try to be more compassionate with one another and hold eachother up...

I am "only reporting" facts.

I will see if I can catch upo with Mystic Rose's post.

Annelisa said...

Must admit, Rauf's comment confuses me, as I thought these pictures were little 'treasures' you must've come across on the beach... I like that. Why should everything be big and obvious to be enjoyed? I especially like the footprints on the sand at top! :-)

"Angeldust" said...

Annelisa dear - hmmm....Raufie confuses me too sometimes... He is a "passionate sweetheart",some days I think he is totally grouchy... :)

You know, I also think he is actually overstimulated all the time over there...at total explosion of life in every aspect, in contrast here, I am understimulated most of the time and we fall "out of sinc" occasionally.

As yourself I though they did not need any explanation...subtle little stroll down the beach, but if I distance myself and look at then with my Hungarian or Hispanic eyes... ay Chihuahua -
Funaral material!!!

Anyway, it is what it is and what we capture with our lens is what our heart sees. An interesting reflection of a state of mind/being also.

All art is greatly influenced by perception - from both sides.. so we create our realities.

Thank you the comment sweetie.