Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Mysteries

26 comments:

philosophyoflife said...

The unity of a family - comes from the heart....

A beautiful moment - captured again so beautifully by your amazing photo.

Carla said...

Peter, I'm glad you like the photo, but it was really the statue that was the true work of art.

TK Kerouac said...

Beautiful, like you.

thailandchani said...

It really is a very pretty statue. Where is it?

Carla said...

Tracey, Thank you. You are very kind.

Chani, The statue lives in Oslo, Norway. There is a whole park of statues from one particular artist (can't remember the name, think it starts with a V)and they are some of the most interesting inspiring statues I think I have ever seen.

jillie said...

What a GREAT photo. It says so much and so true.

Carla said...

Jillie, Yep, it does say a lot. Glad you enjoyed the photo and nice new profile pic. Very festive.

VE said...

Ok, next full moon I want to see the dark side of Carla! Just kidding, I like the positive side and the images...

dawn said...

That is such a great photo, and just a few words to go with it. How fitting the words too.

Carla said...

VE, No telling what can happen under a full moon...just no telling.

Dawn, Sometimes short and sweet is best. And sometimes I simply don't have the time to be wordy.

Mark said...

Beatiful statue! The heart is a symbol of overflowing love and life.

Sirdar said...

The words go very well with the picture. Well said.

Carla said...

Mark, It most certainly is. I think so too.

Sirdar, Thanks. I try my best.

Steffi said...

Your pictures is fantastic ,Carla!I like it!

Carla said...

I LOVE Frogner's park. It was one of the most amazing days I ever spent in Europe.

Annie Wicking and Loman Austen said...

Wow how beautiful! How simple beautiful it is, yet it tell you so much.

Thank you for sharing it with us,

Best wishes

Annie

Carla said...

Steffi, Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Carla, Indeed it is a very special place. I, too, thoroughly enjoyed it. I could have easily spent double the time there that I did.

Carla said...

Annie, I find that there is often untold beauty in simplicity. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

pandave said...

absolutely lovely. image, words, the lot.

Carla said...

Pandave, I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

That is so true!
Thanks for sharing a moment to stop and think.

Carla said...

Sandi, You are most welcome.

Pamela said...

amazing, the sculpture and statues that people come up with in their heads... and then have the talent to create it on the outside.

Carla said...

Pamela, I really think great art is divinely inspired. It is interesting to hear artists talk about how a piece of work comes to them. The creative process leaves me in awe.

Debbie said...

I didn't realize at first that you wrote those words. Soo beautiful AND true. Gorgeous statue. An awesome work of art.

Carla said...

Debbie, I'm a little sneaky sometimes, aren't I? Hope you are enjoying our wintry weather. Wishing you the best for this holiday season.