Klaus W.

Klaus W.

Posted on 08/28/2009


Photo taken on August 28, 2009


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Das ist KUNST. This is ART. Tio estas ARTO. Il s'agit d'art!.

Das ist KUNST. This is ART. Tio estas ARTO.  Il s'agit d'art!.
http://www.ipernity.com/blog/wesselklaus/125513

"Des offenen Mundes
den fallenden Blüten nachschaut:
dies Kind ist Buddha!"

(Otani Kubutsu)

h.d.lange, Namaste, taffsdad and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


13 comments - The latest ones
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Und: "Viele, viele bunte Smarties - viele Smarties, bunte Smarties..." (um 1970)
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
Ich sage JA ! - siehe mein Text (Link unter dem Bild).
8 years ago.
Ester
Ester
So awesome
8 years ago.
taffsdad
taffsdad
Superb....my nephews class did a self portrait of themselves (obviously)...............the teacher had the drawings printed onto tea towels, this was a good few years ago and at the time i only had a very very basic digital camera, the photographs I took are very poor quality, I asked the other week if they still had the towel, and the answer was, sorry no, I was dissapointed...................
8 years ago.
Klaus W.
Klaus W.
"Die Furie des Verschwindens" one might call this - a famous word by the German philosopher G.W.Hegel. In English: " The fury of diappearance". We're all desperately trying to save what in the end will inexorably be lost - unless it is stored in our memories.
8 years ago.
Evelyne Cole has replied to Klaus W.
We always try to cling to our past...and you live in countries that have not seen any war lately. I have practically nothing from my past, not even a pic from my father. Everything I have is stored in my memory and the day I die, it will come with me.
8 years ago.
taffsdad
taffsdad
Klaus I believe that what we call reality is in fact only a reflection of what we have seen, so all things exist only in memory...................
8 years ago.
Klaus W. has replied to taffsdad
This may be so indeed, I can imagine that you're right here!
8 years ago.
Evelyne Cole
Evelyne Cole
This is a beautiful haiku and this drawing has been done by an older child of 6 or 7 yrs old who can hold her pencil pretty well. This picture shows how children react to what they see and how they feel.
8 years ago.
Klaus W. has replied to Evelyne Cole
Thanks, Evelyne. This one was made by a child in a kindergarten - aged four and a half.
8 years ago.
Evelyne Cole has replied to Klaus W.
That a precocious little one!
8 years ago.