Hello, fellow travelers and friends,
Fellow blogger Polianthus inspired me to partake in his monthly fountain challenge. After all, what’s not to love about fountains? I even have one in my backyard. Although it doesn’t look anything like this…
Fountain in Rome
… it has become a gathering place for all types of birds and a “watering spot” for cats and racoons. While I enjoy the sounds of water falling, I return to the fountains of Rome.
Ciao – TT
Hello, fellow adventurers, translators and travelers, how is it in your world? I (still) feel very inspired, as you can tell….
This morning, I came across this quotation about language and photography that I wanted to share:
“Photography is light-writing, the language of images. Less abstract than written or spoken language, it selects images from the existing world of appearances and arranges them in patterns. The camera-eye doesn’t think, it recognizes. It shows us what we already know, but don’t know that we know.”
― David Levi Strauss, Between the Eyes: Essays on Photography and Politics
Before signing off, here’s my tip for the day:
Tip: Stop by the Pinakothek der Moderne/ Modern Art Museum next time you’re in Munich and enjoy this view …