"There was this funny thing of anything could happen now that we realized everything had."
~ Raymond Carver
For information on "Ghosts of Paris" and the person who created them: sergey-larenkov.livejournal.com
Thanks to Tony Zimnoch at: everton.blogspot.com for pointing me in their direction with his latest post.
You know, Ray was not only a genius he wasn't all that hard to lookk at either. So glad he and Tess found each other.ReplyDelete
I am, too. They fit together perfectly.ReplyDelete
Very interesting photos, Teresa, and I also like the two Raymond Carver quotes.ReplyDelete
Hi George, I find these fascinating in their implications. They allude back somewhat to your post on that thin veil....ReplyDelete
Raymond Carver provided some profound insights, that's for certain.
Wow..These are some facinating pictures.ReplyDelete
I love your blog,and love the feeling you gave it.Feels cozy & inviting..:)
Hey Keli, Welcome! Glad you stopped by. Thanks for the kind words about my blog.ReplyDelete
Those images are simply haunting. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Love the art -- and love Raymond Carver. Hadn't thought of him for a while -- so few people know his name it seems...ReplyDelete
I suppose you're a Denis Johnson fan as well?
Happy New Year, Teresa!
Ms. Sparrow, Haunting, indeed.ReplyDelete
Pearl, Oh yes, Denis, too. Intelligent and edgy is good. I think. I hope you're feeling better! :) Happy New Year!
These memories of an occupied Paris must be so haunting for those few left who remember. I can't imagine such horror. Even thinking about such ghastly war gives me the shivers.ReplyDelete
Bill, And for that very reason we must Never forget.ReplyDelete
Those are amazing photos - thank you so much for sharing! I would never have seen them otherwise.ReplyDelete
Li, It was a nice discovery for me. Glad you liked them, too.ReplyDelete
Absolutely positively haunting...chilling...ReplyDelete
Talk about time jumping. Gives me the willies...but mesmerizing!
Rita, Aren't they something? Had to post them.ReplyDelete
Wow, amazing. Imagine these same places a hundred years from now and what they might contain. The ghosts walking through them will be us.ReplyDelete
To See My Name Mentioned In The Same Breathe As Raymond Carver Is Rather Cool [*blush*]!ReplyDelete
Will, Love that thought. We are walking into "history" as we walk through life, right at this moment. It's a good concept in light of my belief in simultaneous time.ReplyDelete
Tony! You are one very creative guy. It was an easy connection to make.
Certainly the Past walks right beside us...
Exactly so, Jane. All of what we call history is right here and now.ReplyDelete
I've always been fascinated by the way the landscape - city or country - holds our history and how we walk in its tracks - it's a really important part of the story in my first novel- so I loved these pictures - amazing - thank you for sharing them and Happy New YearReplyDelete
Yes, Avril, we are walking on and with history with every step we take. It's an astonishing thing when we really See that. Happy New Year to You!ReplyDelete
Very interesting photos. You find such mind opening things to put on your blog.ReplyDelete
very nice pictures, I would love to be ice skating at the Eifel Tower rink.ReplyDelete
CiCi, Thank you. I'm having a good time here... :)ReplyDelete
Steve, That is a Great image. Thank you for that!
Wow, what exquisitely haunting photos.ReplyDelete
Aren't they? I'm happy to see you here!ReplyDelete
They are incredible. Makes me think of some of the Science Fiction I have read about the Einstein, Rosen, Pedolsky Bridge. I haven't been around for a quite a while, but I had to stop by and check in.ReplyDelete
MIO, I'm not familiar with that, but you've definitely piqued my curiosity. Sounds interesting. I'll check it out.ReplyDelete
I am only familiar with it through science fiction, but I understand it is a wormhold through space/time where multiple outcomes are possible.ReplyDelete
That sounds like the place where, for me, science and spirituality dovetail.ReplyDelete
It certainly reminds us of history - and not all that ancient history. A very Happy New Year to you Teresa.ReplyDelete
Alan, I think we sometimes forget that it happened not that long ago....ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you.