...ponderings from the pen of a poet, via the heart of a human, often touched by the wicked sense of humour of an observer of oddities...
And just what tune was Mozart dancing to, Jinksy?!
Derrick- Concerto in F for three pianos, K242 Vladimir Ashkenazy and Fou Ts'ong (pianos) ECO, Director Daniel Barenboim (piano).Next came Schumann and now it's Dvorak! lol :)
Jinksy...well named...it immediately made me think of a scene in Cincinnati, as seen through the waters of it's Fountain Square's fountain! :)...even before I read your explanation!
Ooooo . . . careful now! It's not commonly known that it was Mozart dancing on his cochlea that made Beethoven deaf . . .
Wanda- what a clever girl you are!and Doc, you're too smart by half! LOL :) But then we all knew that anyway...
There's a disconnect somewhere. Why does listening to Mozart's music (he's from Salzburg) make you think of an Italian fountain? Inquiring minds want to know! Now if you had been listening to Respighi....
i'd splash around it that! :)
Was it a picture that grew from a doodle or did you have an inkling what you were aiming for? It's very pleasing to the eye, no matter how you came by it.
There’s a convoluted answer! I was ‘playing- with Paint programme, and actually produced a different image. Then, when I went to the ‘saved’ folder to upload it to blogger, I saw the earlier pic, and decided on that instead. Don’t ever expect jinksy to have a logical reason for everything – even anything! LOL
I'm sure Mozart would rather dance to the top picture than the bottom one Jinksy. I am now well-used to your convoluted mind, knowing that nothing you post is ever as it seems - I just enjoy it and let you get on with it. Lovely.
Weaver, Thank you! You've given me my first snort laugh of the day! :) Have you listened to 'Fireflies', by Owl City? There's a line in that which says 'everything is never as it seems'. LOL
I love it!Had a good time with the toys!Maggie XNuts in May
Love your fountain, Jinksy--and that's exactly what it looks like to me--all that spray, all those droplets. And, as for Mozart, "Between 1769 and 1773, the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his father Leopold Mozart made three Italian journeys." (At least according to wikipedia . . .)
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