Saturday, 25 April 2009

more hope for Manuela







and another perspective: leaving point despair, leaving point hope - for the point life, that is now.



17 comments:

  1. Thank you, Roxana! I came looking for a photo and was greeted by this - it must have been your sixth sense at work... A dark, stormy sky here as well, but I have the music and the little tree now :)

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  2. Your favorite Cohen style.. :-)

    btw, Roxana, you just jumped into the autumn as soon as you have bloosom of willow??

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  3. thanks for that song... and let me say, for your poetic you, thanks.

    i love the way
    you see so often the leaf dry and the leaf tender born as both beautiful. Its a balancer for my mind.

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  4. I'm like this music...too

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  5. Roxana une belle Romantique femme de Roumanie ; pays de culture et figure du comte Dracula ; tu nous offre de la bonne musique album qui est une pure merveille The Opiates Revised avec ce mélange de vision elle donne dans cette poésie et les photos quelle travail en amont pour un résultat si géométrie en parallèle cette philosophie qui lui appartiens un savoir capable de nous éblouir dans nos corps dans nos âme.
    Merci ma douce Roxana.

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  6. Manuela, and what music!!! i had forgotten how much i was in love with her voice... and she is so beautiful as well, a deep and wise, peaceful and centuries old beauty...

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  7. Peter, yes, here more of Tom Waits maybe, i am not sure... (love him too)

    it's not autumn, it's spring!!!! but the charm of these woods was this mixture of black and withered trees with dry golden leaves and fresh spring colours, a delight...

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  8. Thank you, picture of your soul song, what a wonderful name you have...

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  9. dear mansuetude, i'm happy that at least my pictures can act as a 'balancer for the mind', for surely my mind is unfortunately not balanced :-)

    i have to thank you for your warm and giving words, as always...

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  10. Morris, i'm glad you like it... hope to see you soon again.

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  11. oh Allan je suis comblee par ton appreciation, si mes images parviennent a 'eblouir dans le corps et dans l'ame', qu'est-ce que je pourrais desirer davantage?
    tu connais cet album? quelle surprise... j'aime sa voix et la musique et les vers aussi - et puis, comment est-ce qu'il a trouve ce titre magnifique, 'OPIATES Revisited'?!

    (je ne suis pas surprise de ce que nous partageons l'admiration pour Thomas Feiner, dans la litterature aussi, a ce que je vois dans ton profile...)

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  12. yes,I feel spring over your voice.. I'm just kidding you, serious roxana.. :p

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  13. Beautiful contrast and harmony in one.

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  14. thank you Michiko, I am happy you like it. the spring here is so different than in Japan...

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