I would hope for yourself, your family and for us - but you first. Beautiful. One day, if you have yet not, drive down through France to the south and picnic by the road by fields of sunflowers - it is a most beautiful sight.
Gaye, As you well know, this man takes my breath away. His work is more than art. Barbara
Absolutely gorgeous, and so much more wonderful than the hybridized, seed production ones available generally. I love their wildness and woolliness. Rgds, Reggie
Oh fantastic! Even before I caught the reference I thought - oh Van Gogh! Yes.....i'm slow this morning!
Thanks for the Starry Starry Night! I went to an impressionist exhibit the other day and I wore (like a rock star groupie) my Starry Starry Night t-shirt. My favorite commenter on my shirt was a little girl wearing ruby red slippers (of course) bedazzled with sequins and other bits of preciousness. I told her I liked her shoes. She said with wide-eyed observation that "they had jewels on them." I agreed they were, indeed. Then she said you are "wearing a shirt with a painting on it." We both agreed we were wearing magic.
I must be slow this morning as well - took me a sec to realize those were photos and not an animation or painting. I really enjoy "wake-up" moments like that - even if they are at my public detriment! Thanks for sharing the photo's!
I am heartened to know that we all have a weak spot for this brilliant man. It is certain he could not have created as he did had he been an ordinary man. Gaye
Home- love that story and I would say magic was present.I have ruby red slippers much in the Dorothy mode without the sequins. Gaye
Freddy-honestly sunflowers do seem to have a life of there own. They are magic thanks to Vincent I think. pgt
Lovely, Gaye. You've got a lot of intriguing posts in a row! Yours always need to be read and re-read with care so I don't miss anything. Looking forward to catching up this weekend.Cheers,Courtney