Papillon
Florence Douyrou HERE

Papillon

Florence Douyrou HERE


Les Nageuses 
Florence Douyrou HERE

Les Nageuses 

Florence Douyrou HERE


Les Nageuses
Florence Douyrou HERE

Les Nageuses

Florence Douyrou HERE


yellow-buds-of-may said:"There is no such thing as was - only is. If was existed, there would be no grief or sorrow." - William Faulkner

Didn’t see this until now… busy morning but what’s new.  :D  

I like it.   Thank you.  :)  

… now is all there ever is…
“

Eckhart Tolle


Uemura Shōen
For more see archive:  HERE

Uemura Shōen

For more see archive:  HERE

Uemura Shōen
For more see archive:  HERE

Uemura Shōen

For more see archive:  HERE


Create like a godcommand like a kingwork like a slave.


~Constantin Brancusi 



The peach petals would like to stay,
But moon and wind blow them on.
You won’t find those ancient men,
Those dynasties are dead and gone.
Day by day the blossoms fall,
Year by year the people go.
Where the dust blows through these heights,
There once shone a silent sea.


~Han-shan  
Translated: A. S. Kline


 Image:  Snow Accumulated in Cold Mountains - Wu Wei (1459-1508), Ming dynasty, National Palace Museum
Description of the painting from The National Palace Museum:  ” Wu Wei (style name Shiying, sobriquet Xiaoxian) was a native of Wuchang in Hubei. He excelled at painting figures and landscapes. After Dai Jin (1388-1462), he was the most important Zhe school painter. During the Chenghua and Hongzhi reigns, he served at the court and was awarded the title “First in Painting.”
This work depicts a scene of mountains covered with snow, the brushwork extremely strong and unrestrained, and the “flying white” broken ink lines and method of using blank areas effectively creating the idea of a realm of withered forests in a severe winter along with desolation and bleakness. The bent and huddled figure of the lofty scholar holding a staff makes his way along as he strives against the gusts of cold wind, as if echoing the metaphor of proceeding despite adversity?”  


The peach petals would like to stay,

But moon and wind blow them on.

You won’t find those ancient men,

Those dynasties are dead and gone.

Day by day the blossoms fall,

Year by year the people go.

Where the dust blows through these heights,

There once shone a silent sea.


~Han-shan  

Translated: A. S. Kline



Image:  Snow Accumulated in Cold Mountains - Wu Wei (1459-1508), Ming dynasty, National Palace Museum

Description of the painting from The National Palace Museum:  ” Wu Wei (style name Shiying, sobriquet Xiaoxian) was a native of Wuchang in Hubei. He excelled at painting figures and landscapes. After Dai Jin (1388-1462), he was the most important Zhe school painter. During the Chenghua and Hongzhi reigns, he served at the court and was awarded the title “First in Painting.”

This work depicts a scene of mountains covered with snow, the brushwork extremely strong and unrestrained, and the “flying white” broken ink lines and method of using blank areas effectively creating the idea of a realm of withered forests in a severe winter along with desolation and bleakness. The bent and huddled figure of the lofty scholar holding a staff makes his way along as he strives against the gusts of cold wind, as if echoing the metaphor of proceeding despite adversity?”  


Magnolia
Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)

Magnolia

Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)


Tree
Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)

Tree

Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)


Trees, 1974
Joichi Hoshi

Trees, 1974

Joichi Hoshi


Tree
Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)

Tree

Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)


Silver Moon, 1974
Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)

Silver Moon, 1974

Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979)