Sunday, October 21, 2012

Ostensibly Unedited

Posting by Way of Stream of Consciousness 



Andy Warhol
1950





Artist Unknown



 Miller's Falls, Massachusetts
by me

detail from The Judgement of Otto by Luca Penni

Albrecht Dürer

Gino Severini

Armand (François Joseph) Henrion







"Why should a man's mind have been thrown into such close, sad, sensational, inexplicable relations with such a precarious object as his body?" 

 ~Thomas Hardy



Happy Sunday


10 comments:

  1. What a great variety of pics! I love the train photo, cuz I'm a guy I guess.

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    1. I like train photos also and I'm not a guy. :-) Rail all the way!

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  2. Wonderful! Not thinking about not thinking about things and then just experiencing letting them flow ...

    (Maybe I should set up these images as a slide show :-))

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  3. Body wise - pretty good show, love your shot showing the train between the rusty wheels.

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  4. The train between the rusty wheels was moving. :-) Thanks, Stewart.

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  5. Love the picture of The Beatles. Macca in a nice pink suit! The Armand Henrion looks like Bruce Willis.

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  6. what a wild collection you've put together here. whenever I feel like getting tripped out I come pay you a visit Gina. love the shot of Warhol, and the Beatles. good lord check out what George is wearing. classic. and I love the angle of Paul's foot.
    I really like your own photo too. the light is superb. wishing you all the delights of autumn Gina. have a happy week.

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  7. What a neat collection of images. I'd never seen a picture of Warhol as a young man before - or if I did I've forgotten (happens a lot lately). Your picture of the train is excellent and I've always loved any drawings done by Durer. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the artists who rendered life as it was before photography.

    The Thomas Hardy quote is a good match for the way my body feels lately.
    xoxo

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