13 August 2011

The August Break 2011 - Day 13

sea breeze

5 comments:

  1. lady, I am well and truly in love with your blog. your images. everything!

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  2. Your photo reminded me of a story,quoting in spanish hope you understand:
    "...—Estaba al borde de un cantero, una flor amarilla cualquiera. Me había detenido a encender un cigarrillo y me distraje mirándola. Fue un poco como si también la flor me mirara, esos contactos, a veces... Usted sabe, cualquiera los siente, eso que llaman la belleza. Justamente eso, la flor era bella, era una lindísima flor. Y yo estaba condenado, yo me iba a morir un día para siempre. La flor era hermosa, siempre habría flores para los hombres futuros."
    It is from Julio Cortazar, you can read it here: http://www.literaberinto.com/Cortazar/unafloramarilla.htm

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  3. @Hanna
    Thank you! :)
    You're from Soldeu? I've been there and loved it! It's beatiful...

    @Amanda
    Que bonito! You're getting me more and more curious about Julio Cortazar. Love that last line "siempre habría flores para los hombres futuros."

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  4. Yes, you should read him. He is all about magic/surreal/out of the extraordinary events happening in random every day life situations (like losing something and then finding it months after). But he is so much more...

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  5. Soldeu is the most beautiful place in the world, and I think it has truly been my home all my life. I am living at my parents in England over the summer and I'm just itching for mountains! I'm happy you liked it there! . . .

    Amanda. . . you just provided me with some reading material. thanks!

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