17 thoughts on “Green dreams”

      1. Steven,
        I’m very relieved by your response.My intention in my comment was to humorously reflect on your consistent ability to see beauty and the greatest in the least – reminding me of Hofmannsthal’s The Letter of Lord Chandos.

        After sending my comment I reflected further on the word ‘weed’ and was concerned that it may have jarred with you.
        Best wishes as always, Phil

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      2. I never considered it a slight. I do tend to photograph the unremarkable and find beauty in it. Weeds are a constant subject. Perhaps because they’re so plentiful, or maybe because they’re easily dismissed. That could say something about my nature. And again, I’m very pleased by your comment. All the best to you, sir.

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      3. Steven, I would like to post Hofmannsthalโ€™s The Letter of Lord Chandos using images from your blog and with the titles you have given them because I think they would go so well with that piece of writing.

        I would make no other use of the images and obviously I would attribute them to you. Would that be OK?


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  1. your comment on the pic reminds me of the poem: There was a little girl / She had a little curl / Right on the middle of her forehead / When she was sweet / She was very, very sweet / But when she was bad, she was horrid!
    Do you know it? ๐Ÿ˜€


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