Tuesday, 14 May 2013

first day in Japan














--- and for those of you who always long for colours ---











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30 comments:

  1. a fine start to the trip (and the blog)!

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    1. m-am tot gândit dar am făcut-o până la urmă :-)

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  3. congratulations my friend, this is a beautiful idea!the scratches of the calligraphy and the stone- an ancient yet a amodern telling. and I love the colour along with the black and white.bon voyage again through this blog!!!!!

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    1. thank you Madeleine, i am happy to have you with me, here as well... i hope you will think that the waiting (when i was away! :-) was worth it :-)

      bises

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  4. wow! Lovely! (the pictures, I mean).

    b.

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    1. the pictures, of course, of course! :-)

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  5. Mirror of endless wandering,
    change the face of the moon,
    for my beloved's face is no longer there.
    ---Adonis.

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  6. lol, it's true! i'm liking that red..

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  7. ach, wie wunderschön, ich freue mich auf dieses neue blog und schon die ersten bilder sind von einer unbeschreiblich schönen stille; ich freue mich mit dir...!
    einen schönen hellen tag (in deiner seele) wünscht dir jemand, der in den wolken wohnt und dir zulächelt...! r.r.

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    1. Renee, meine Liebe, ach wie ich mich auch freue, Dich hier zu finden!!! ich denke, Du wirst mehrere Bilder hier moegen, wenn Du weiter kommen wirst, die japanische Stimmung passt so gut zu Dir, finde ich :-)
      hast Du das Ryokan-Gedicht bemerkt, dort unter meinem Profil-Bild? :-)
      ich schreibe bald mehr, ich denke an Dich und laechle Dir sanft zu...

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  8. Prêt pour le voyage... ;-)
    Amitiés Roxana...

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  9. am so looking forward to this adventure!

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    1. thank you Lynne, i am so glad you came!!! :-)

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  10. si mai ales care iubesc rosul:)si este acolo si o pulsatie de albastru:)
    sigur nu stiai,in aceeasi zi,am vrut sa postez pe sprancene o imagine,pentru cei 30,cu un fragment dintr-o oglinda,nu avea pe nimeni in ea,insa,sub oboseala zilei cu contraste,nu am putut scrie nimic0uite,aici,poemul meu:)-multumesc,eu,pentru el:)

    initiativa este minunata,stralucitoare ca fluturii,sa le asezi frumos,in sertare,acesta este cu calatorii,acesta este cu ferestre...fecioara din mine mustaceste jucaus:)

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    1. da, m-am gândit, roşu şi albastru :-)

      nu ştiu cum o să mă descruc cu toate aceste bloguri, şi mai ales cum o să se descurce lumea, dar parcă merita să fac asta pentru japonia, toată minunăţia de acolo...

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  11. these photographs are true? i am staggered by the dialogue between them. (i ask about truth knowing that they are but astounded that the world presents both the questions and answers so wordlessly for those who care to see.)

    xo
    erin

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    1. i didn't think about this dialogue when i took the photos, it was somehow spontaneous to press the button for my own reflection, after looking for those stone in the mirror. but then at home, when looking at them, their dialogue became immediately apparent... i will post another question&answer piece, your words inspired me (as they always do).

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  12. Ag. Silver. Hg. Quicker. Heavier. Spheres of silver on Hermes' lake.

    These are astounding images. You ever-amaze.

    I am expecting bad news. This is a place to jump in at the deep end.

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  13. The first photo is by far the best. 561 - 0792. This time, colour spoils.

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    1. yes, i also think bw is better here, and the first photo is better indeed, but this didn't matter much, i wanted to have my reflection here as well to mark the beginning of this journey (and blog), as a kind of diary :-) it is not just japan, but, "my japan" :-)

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  14. The second and third photos are very nice, Roxana. But then I've always been partial to images of young ladies-esp. compared to stones.
    :-)

    Salams,

    b.

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    1. indeed you have, indeed you have...
      (laughing)

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  15. First day in Japan, and already some color...

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    1. there will be colour, a lot, don't worry :-)

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