Do I behold these steep and lofty cliffs,
That on a wild secluded scene impress
Thoughts of more deep seclusion; and connect
the landscape with the quiet of the sky
(Words of William Wordsworth capture the feeling of this beautiful shot taken by photographer Jean-Pierre Laurent during his vacation in Austria this summer)
Kazuo, having just completed a class on Shakespeare, decides to test an insult on his brother.
(Photograph by Mike Romani. Sibling kingfishers share a branch in Hoshinaike, Obu, Aichi, Japan. Romani said, "These are two of three recently born babies. I spent ten and a half hours here today as it was perhaps the last day for me to photograph the babies here. They'll probably fly off on their own before I'll be able to return next Sunday. However, there will probably be more babies in July and again in the autumn.")
Our worldcommunitypress.com website uses this painting as its background. It reflects our love of old books and paintings. It's by the Dutch painter Johannes Jelgerhuis, painted in 1820. The title is "De winkel van boekhandelaar Pieter Meijer Warnars op de Vijgendam te Amsterdam". From Wikipedia Commons.
“The Epiphany of Zebediah Clump”
Watch our first film right here.
Tag Cloud~ A Chortle of Humor ~ A Concatenation of Software ~ A Dram of Health ~ A Meditation of Spirituality ~ A Murmuration of Movies ~ A Parliament of Quotes ~ A Potpourri of Resources ~ A Soupçon of Foodieness ~ A Worship of Writers and Books ~ An Antiquity of Bygone Writings ~ An Ecstasy of Nature ~ An Exaltation of Music ~ An Illumination of Art ~ An Incredulity of Cool Stuff ~ CD Review ~ Children's Stories ~ Culture ~ Economy ~ Education ~ Environment ~ Family ~ Film ~ Freedom and Human Rights ~ From the Back Porch ~ HeartQuestions ~ Interviews ~ Letters from the Compassionate Pugilist ~ Music Review ~ MusicViews - Music as a Bloodstream ~ One Longfellow Square ~ Peace ~ PhotoVoyance ~ Plays ~ Poetry ~ Service ~ Short Stories and Novellas ~ The Culture of Kindness ~ The Green Wheel ~