beautiful, you make poetry:)
It's amazing how simple images speak so much. These are great!
hello! i hadn't heard of magda szabo, but i should grab a book! why do you like him/her? thanks for the tip.
A delicate sweet story that lets the imagination play - lovely
to Anna: Magda Zsabo was an Hongerian writer, i don't know why, but i had to think on her when reading your post. Maybe because she's East European. Anyway i red 'Katalin utca' what means Katalin Street. The book's also about death, love, loss, history but especially memory. In the book you can hear four characters speaking about the Katalinstreet, they each tell their own story, it is so terrible sad and melancholic and at the same time so beautiful. I was completely cut up after i finished it. I had a look at Wikkipedia, it is not yet translated in English, what a pity:(
de foto's van de muis en de maan zijn zo mooi samen!!! ik kijk alweer uit naar de volgende post. morgen ga ik inges filmpje uitgebreid bekijken, geniet jij nu maar van harold and maude :)
I love the simplicity and creative thoughts. xo
Such a beautiful narrative of images, Renilde! You have me totally intrigued about Magda Zsabo's work - I'm going to keep an eye out for that one... if it ever does get translated ;) Gorgeous post, as always! K
jij maakt prachtige lieve poëtische verhaaltjes, heel fijn om hier langs te komen. x