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To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
An eternity in an hour.
~ William Blake:
Again from my visit to the crafters last Sunday with Barbara (Barbric). This crafter as you will see below was polishing his carved spoon with shoe polish.
That's not the concept I had in mind but oh well. Inspired by the amazing Joel Robinson.
Hope you had a great week. Be blessed.
These are the hands of Peter and my little princess, who grows up so fast that I can only wonder where life is gonna take her. I wish I could keep her safe and protect her against the pain of the world!
And I'm never gonna let go...
"Tu pensa a un pianoforte. I tasti iniziano. I tasti finiscono. Tu lo sai che sono 88 e su questo nessuno può fregarti. Non sono infiniti, loro. Tu sei infinito, e dentro quegli 88 tasti la musica che puoi fare è infinita.
Questo a me piace. In questo posso vivere.
Ma se io salgo su quella scaletta, e davanti a me si srotola una tastiera di milioni di tasti, milioni e miliardi di tasti, che non fi...
niscono mai, e questa è la verità, che non finiscono mai... Quella tastiera è infinita.
Ma se quella tastiera è infinita allora su quella tastiera non c'è musica che puoi suonare. E sei seduto sul seggiolino sbagliato: quello è il pianoforte su cui suona Dio.
Cristo, ma le vedevi le strade?
Anche soltanto le strade, ce n'erano a migliaia! Ma dimmelo, come fate voialtri laggiù a sceglierne una.
A scegliere una donna. Una casa, una terra che sia la vostra, un paesaggio da guardare, un modo di morire.
Tutto quel mondo addosso che nemmeno sai dove finisce, e quanto ce n'è.
Non avete mai paura, voi, di finire in mille pezzi solo a pensarla, quell'enormità, solo a pensarla?"
this is a copy of a shot i had seen on the net a while back -
Some said that two of the most beautiful parts of our body are our hands. Hands do not only hold, throw, give and receive things, but also have great ability to express our subtle feelings to others.
Photo CC-BY from Daniela Vladimirova (flic.kr/p/6YGg5E)
“To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hands, and eternity in an hour.” ~ William Blake
This shot was a bit more challenging than I expected, I had the camera in one hand, and since I can't use AF I preset the focus and then moved the camera in and out till I got one in focus :P
A little over 1 week left of summer. Excuse my awkward watch tan line. And my nails are dirty because I had just been hiking.
I feel like my photography has really sucked lately. And I never get many comments these days. I really do appreciate it when people comment, even if they're not saying that they love the photo. Just talking to me is OK. I don't mind.
I feel like I've become a lot more stressed this summer. Hopefully that will change.
Photo cred to my dad, but I told him exactly what to do. I like to take photos of my hand when I go to cool places. It proves that I was there, and a collection will look cool. :D
I don't know why I love this photo !!
I just like everything about it. Lighting, Brightness, Treatment and Clolours :P:P
If everything was easy you wouldn't realise how much u needed/wanted it..
Great energy !!!
Lovely time to all !!!!!
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After the morning meeting today, there was nothing really to do in the shop. We have been trying to get the bathroom cleaned up all this week - and today.... the buck stopped with us.
I made a quick trip over to the Station Maintenance Bldg, picked up a pressure washer (gasoline powered) and went to town. Cleaned all the tiles, all the grout, all the stalls, all the urinals, all the sinks, and all the concrete... Looks decent now - to be honest nothing is going to save it now aside from a new coat of paint...
Feels pretty nice to get a teensy bit-o manual labor in. That coupled with Myrtle having a broken window (which I needed to expediently repair on the account of it was raining...)