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Had a power outage last night, thus, reblog fr…

Had a power outage last night, thus, reblog from over two years ago.

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Desert Songs


Desert Songs

Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord // 06.09.2017

Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord // 06.09.2017

“The Tennis Match” by Horace Henry Cauty (1846-1909).

“The Tennis Match” by Horace Henry Cauty (1846-1909).

“Croquet” by Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836-1902).

“Croquet” by Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836-1902).

“Haymaking in Brittany” by Paul Gauguin (1888).

“Haymaking in Brittany” by Paul Gauguin (1888).

“Summer” by Albert Edelfelt (1883).

“Summer” by Albert Edelfelt (1883).

“We munnot stir,” he whispered in broad Yorkshire. “We munnot scarce breathe. I knowed he was…”

“We munnot stir,” he whispered in broad Yorkshire.
“We munnot scarce breathe. I knowed he was mate-huntin’ when I seed him last. It’s Ben Weatherstaff’s robin.
He’s buildin’ his nest. He’ll stay here if us don’t fight him.”
They settled down softly upon the grass and sat there without moving.
“Us mustn’t seem as if us was watchin’ him too close,” said Dickon. “He’d be out with us for good if he got th’ notion us was interferin’ now. He’ll be a good bit different till all this is over. He’s settin’ up housekeepin’. He’ll be shyer an’ readier to take things ill. He’s got no time for visitin’ an’ gossipin’. Us must keep still a bit an’ try to look as if us was grass an’ trees an’ bushes. Then when he’s got used to seein’ us I’ll chirp a bit an’ he’ll know us’ll not be in his way.”

Frances Hodgson Burnett (The Secret Garden)

“GRASS: Changes of Spiritual awareness can be indicated by grass appearing in a dream. Sacred,…”

“GRASS: Changes of Spiritual awareness can be indicated by grass appearing in a dream. Sacred, hallowed or consecrated ground might be represented by turf. Grass can often denote our native land, and dreaming of our association with a particular piece of ground can activate memories and feelings connected with happy times. It can also suggest that we need to surrender deeply held beliefs, and thus will clarify a particular problem or situation. Grass is often a symbol of new growth and of victory over barrenness. In old dream interpretations it could represent pregnancy, but is now more likely to signify new ideas and projects. To dream of being on ‘sacred’ turf – ground that is revered because of its association, such as particular sports grounds – is to wish for supreme success.”

Pamela J. Ball (The A to Z of Dream Interpretation)

“Birchwood 1” by Arkhip Kuindzhi (1879).

“Birchwood 1” by Arkhip Kuindzhi (1879).