Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Bravo,Goethe and …. bravo,Paula!
🙂 Grazie Anna. Baci…
I would love, love, love it if I had mountains like that nearby!
I would love, love, love that too … but it is about 6 hours drive or more 😉
Too bad, though I have driven 3 hours, hiked 2 miles in, and still come back without the photos I was hoping for 😛
I feel for you, but for me to get to these plains implies crossing two countries and paying for road toll and dragging hubby out of his chair 😀
Sounds like an even bigger challenge than the drive 😛
in many cases are the quote of Goethe right… 🙂
Excellent photo… 🙂
I bet he did not go mountain-biking like some drakes that I know….
Never seen him up hill or in forrest,
maybe he couldn’t ride a bike… “lol”
Well, if you had visited a library instead……
I know sweetheart, I didn’t met him there
only his books… 🙂 😉
“The best government is that which teaches us to govern ourselves” (Goethe)
😀 and what means should they use according to Goethe?
It’s my favorite quote of Goethe… 🙂
So, you don’t believe in governments?
I do not trust them at all – as long as politicians have the quality they have – or lack of quality
I was brought up to responsibility and freedom go together – one of them are’t worth anything without the other one.
Politicians and thus government is worldwide
only aware of others’ responsibilities and their own freedom…
Unfortunately, you are right 😦
I don’t mind hiking uphill a little for the view,myself, but there’s no real need to here. Lovely, Paula. Thanks for putting the link in to the music. Don’t need to play “name that tune” now.
But, I have so much fun when you guys play that game :D. Thank you, Jo xo
I like the Goethe quote. I spent 3 months in nepal, comfortably enjoying the view, looking at the mountains, while relaxing, reading books, cooking and enjoying life. 🙂
No need to go up on the mountain.
No need indeed 😀
Beautiful view of the mountains and the plain. I’ve been listening to a lot of Mike Oldfield music lately. 🙂
Thank you, Sylvia. I am glad you appreciate Oldfield 🙂
Paula, this shot makes me want to be there today. Just beautiful.
I’m not with Goeth on this one. Not till I’m too old to climb.
😀 well, he was metaphorical I suppose :). I tend to get a bit of high when I hike which is only a few times a year 😉
Love the composition of the photo! Perfect for the theme.
Beautiful landscape, Paula
What a beautiful world 🙂 Stunning photo Paula!
Yes, the world can be beautiful :). Thank you for your visit, dear Anne
Wonderful place Paula, Thanks for sharing this great shot 🙂
🙂 my pleasure… my thanks go to you, Jake 😉
Where is it? so beautiful
Dolomites 🙂 near San Candido, Italy
thank you, Paula, for the audio link!
My pleasure, Fritz
Absolutely worth the climb to see this wonderful spread!
I had to pause everything and just enjoy the scene for a few seconds… seeing it in person must’ve been breathtaking 🙂
Hi,Paula! I have just managed to listen to the sound track…..
It’s s so beautiful !
Buongiorno Anna 🙂 Thank you for listening to it 😉 xo
They look like they just popped up out of nowhere.
🙂 well, they are part of the Dolomites 😉
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Génial ! 🙂 Les voisins peuvent faire du bruit, ils ne dérangeront personne ! 😀
Les voisins la bas etaient des vaches — ca pue
Ahah tu m’as fait rire avec ton commentaire ! 😀
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