Tuesday, November 29, 2011

A Most Beautiful Thing

No, not this.





This music



We heard music at the top of the hill and stayed til the end and walked home in the dark.

26 comments:

  1. Yes. Shooting in the dark. My workshop with Ibarionex is Saturday and I can't wait.

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  2. hey, a walk AND a concert that you could take the dogs with you---whadda deal!

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  3. I'm more than a tad smitten with Yo-Yo Ma's cello playing. This piece is delightful. I need a rose between my teeth...

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  4. Sounds you had a great time!
    The pictures are gorgeous too!

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  5. I knew you'd like it. When I got home, I took a wild guess and googled Yo-Yo Ma and Brazilian, and there it was.

    Reminds of Arensky, somewhat, but that might be because the cello is such a strong presence.

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  6. The second picture reminds me of Van Gogh. Very beautiful.

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  7. Phoebe's ghost was with you? That sunset looks very Italianate. How magical to hear the music with it.

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  8. Beautiful: what Margarett said: "Starry Night"

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  9. love seeing the progression of this sunset, and how the mood changes from light to dark.

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  10. A feast for the eyes and ears. Lovely.

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  11. Awesome photos. How serendipitous to get both a fabulous sunset and a concert.

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  12. Looks like someone's getting comfortable with her camera! Very nice.

    I'm in the slow class, didn't know I was supposed to click on "this music." But I'm sure glad I finally glad. It's great.

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  13. Such a lovely post with the marvelous photos and music! It made my evening (after a hard day at work).

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  14. In a different vein, this one is pretty amazing. And fun.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs7REKDNxKw&feature=related

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  15. They hold orchestra concerts on the back lawn of our town building (1/2 mile away, at the bottom of my hill), and I enjoy sitting on my back terrace to listen...alone, without lots of people around. Betcha Albert's more cultured than ever now!

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  16. I can't tell you how much enjoyment I'm getting out of watching you become a great photographer. And bonus! There's a soundtrack!

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  17. Lovely! Did you all survive the wind storm in one piece?

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  18. I listened to the whole song while staring at your photos...made me sigh over and over again. Gorgeous.

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  19. I love happening upon the unexpected and to have such a lovely companion to enjoy it with - couldn't be better!

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  20. Five days without heat and electricity. I don't think I'm a pioneer girl after all.

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  21. please tell me you put this comment in from your own home. Not via a car battery - hotel room or Starbucks. Glad to hear your alive.

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  22. wow, Nice photography, its very captivating shots!

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