Tuesday, January 22, 2013

I often feel like I want to think something but I can't find the language that coincides with the thought, so it remains felt, not thought - Peter Cameron

Musée Rodin, Paris

38 comments:

George said...

What a beautiful chandelier. I really like the way you've framed it with the arch.

Cloudia said...

This post carries the clean scent of your Zen genius, Ash.

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Rajesh said...

Wonderful composition.

Brian Miller said...

pretty cool chandelier...and i really like the quote...gave me something to think on today....smiles.

Bob Bushell said...

A work of art, cheers Ash.

London Caller said...

This is so classic!
Lovely chandelier.

Anu said...

Beautifully composed!

Annie said...

I feel like that from time to time. Sometimes a thing just cannot be expressed with words.

Rahul Bhatia said...

You have the knack to convert a few simple things into a work of art Ash:)

ladyfi said...

So perfectly lovely in its simplicity.

Photo Cache said...

I appreciate seeing the sights not popularly shown of popular places/spots. Thanks.

Amrita said...

Beautiful photo, I love the suspended lamps.

I like how you described Christmas being a season of the conspiracy of love, wonderful
PM Word identification is hard for me

Jeevan said...

Lovely captured it!

magiceye said...

Beautiful!!!

Dave King said...

I have a feeling that our friends the chimps are often in this position, but the whole question of pre-language thought - especially in humans - is fascinating.

R Niranjan Das said...

Beautiful shot!

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R.Ramakrishnan said...

Beautiful picture and splendid thought.

Pietro said...

A wonderful perspective.
Greetings from Turin!

don said...

A fine picture of the beautiful lamp. Often are pictures resist being named...perhaps its because they convey feeling and not objective thought.

ashok said...

perfect composition Ash

Haddock said...

That is a delicate chandelier.

Lowell said...

I think I remember that staircase, if not the chandelier, from our visit to the Rodin. Lovely shot, Ash!

Zuzana said...

Dear Ash, beautiful quote, fitting your stunning image so well, sometimes one has to "feel" beauty.;)
xoxo

Krishna said...

beautiful image

joshi daniel said...

very nice :)

ev said...

Ash, I love the quote..thanks for sharing. Of course, you always have a wonderful capture, more than its facade.

God bless!:)

eden said...

Nice capture

Kalyan said...

beautiful framing & capture...

Maddy said...

It will be wonderful if one could be in that state of mind.

But looking at the pictures I could understand, you go completely blank at its beauty, and feel and not think.

Team G Square said...

Wonderfully done

Emm in London said...

What a beautiful photo. I love the way old buildings seemed to wind themselves around stairways and halls. And a beautiful, poignant quote too.

Viola said...

Lovely photo :)

and the one below, what a fantastic water flower! =) and photo!

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Ruby said...

A beautiful chandelier and a splendid shot!! I love this image.

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Lorraine said...

I know how he feels and what a beautiful photo for it!