Searching the ordinary for the extraordinary
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.”
Paul Gauguin (June 7, 1848 – May 8, 1903) Post-Impressionist artist who greatly influenced Pablo Picasso
Can I buy that painting?
Thank you for your comment. Actually this is a photo that I edited to look like a painting. Have a great day!!!
You love yellow in flowers and other things too. Is there a story to it Clanmother or just..
You always ask the right questions. To me, yellow represents sunshine, joy and forward movement. When I was young, I lived in northern Manitoba, where winters were harsh and very dark, but where summer days never had darkness. I loved the north, but most of all I loved the summer nights where we would visit neighbours at ten at night, just as if it were early afternoon. I have wonderful memories of the north, and they all come back to me when I see yellow.
Wow. I’d love to read more….
“Ten at night, just as if it were early afternoon”
The greatest gift that blogging has given me, is the ability to hear the global stories. I am learning that we may be on opposite sides of the world, but we are on the same pathway. And that is a great comfort to me.
Then, It’s time for me to go quiet. I’m done here.
You always make my day! Thank you!!!!!
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