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photoblog image Zyrynometry: Some Like It Biting Hot. A Fragment

Zyrynometry: Some Like It Biting Hot. A Fragment

Zyrynometry: Some Like It Biting Hot. A Fragment



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Modern art of some sort? Fascinating...
vz-nostalgia: Many things might pass for modern art nowadays, Larry. smile Oftentimes, I can't believe my eyes what I see exhibited in galleries and museums. smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Jul 2010, 04:15
Collide-o-scope...like one of those child's tube toys that got dropped and broken and was fixed by a repairer who was all thumbs.
vz-nostalgia: It seems the inner child in you just doesn't want to die, Ray. smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Jul 2010, 06:03
A very fine image Vik: but of what I have no idea. There was a performer at Glastonbury wearing a jacket like this - I wanted one
vz-nostalgia: Are you saying Gary Glitter is back on stage, Chris? smile I thought he still serves time in jail for molesting kids throughout Southeast Asia. smile
  • Eliza
  • Tanzania
  • 1 Jul 2010, 09:34
wow each and every piece of that puzzle has it's own image...sort of does your head in if you look too close smile. beautiful chaos. reminds me a bit of present reality (without the beautiful), but so it goes smile. I think i would like a sculpture made of this actually!!
vz-nostalgia: smile
Eliza: ...reminds me a bit of present reality (without the beautiful)...
VZ: Take it easy, Ms. Eliza. Life is a roller coaster. Bite your lip and wait for till things go up the hill once again. smile

Eliza: I think i would like a sculpture made of this actually!!
VZ: As if you don't have enough junk in your house already, Ms. Eliza. smile
  • Nadiuska
  • United States
  • 1 Jul 2010, 10:24
I guess it a part of a butterfly...
on the right side the 'body' of the butterfly and the glass art are the wings...
vz-nostalgia: Things are not always what they seem they are, Ms. N. smile How often we get in trouble because of that. smile
would like to know more about that? what is this?
vz-nostalgia: One day I'll post the full picture. Stop by often, Ms. Christine. smile
  • clo
  • France
  • 1 Jul 2010, 11:47
hello MR Viktor..
maybe it's not really important to know what is it exactly...
i love this abstract effect and all the different little pieces of reflection..
a nice puzzle..
have a good time..:o)
vz-nostalgia: smile
Hello Ms. Clo.
Clo: maybe it's not really important to know what is it exactly...
VZ: For some it's not really important, Ms. Clo, while others are overwelmed with a burning desire to know what this exactly is. smile

Good to hear from you, Ms. Clo.
One of the reflective glass looks like someone is peeping out. Middle bottom of first third. Whatever it is its very eye catching smile
vz-nostalgia: That's me. I'm watching you, Ms. Linda. You better behave yourself. smile
I'm intrigued - what is it?
vz-nostalgia: Keep stopping by at Nostalgia, Ms. Bernie. One day your curiosity will be satisfied. smile
It's the nearest visual of insanity ... I never knew insanity could have its beautiful side.

richard
vz-nostalgia: smile
Richard: I never knew insanity could have its beautiful side.
VZ: Really? Do you know what Sylvia Platt, Charlie Parker, Van Gogh, Ernest Hemmingway, Virginia Woolf and Charles Mingus have in common, beside all being geniuses? All of them were insane. All of them went through psychiatric hospitals. All of them killed themselves, one way or the other. I won't believe none of these names is unfamiliar to you. smile So, insanity does have its beautiful side after all. smile
  • iris
  • Germany
  • 1 Jul 2010, 22:43
Are you one of those, who like it biting hot, Viktor? smile
vz-nostalgia: One day I will respond to your question, Ms. Iris, but not by the means of words, but rather by posting a photograph. smile Keep visiting Nostalgia. When you recognize my answer, let me know. smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 2 Jul 2010, 07:09
It could be zyronometric design, or a copy of my world view. And with clickety-clack the spanish train is still on track.
vz-nostalgia: Are you talking about the World Cup here, Louis? I'm about to watch Spain vs. Paraguay game. smile We'll see where this spanish train will take us. smile Germans just crashed Argentina without a drop of mercy today. smile
  • kathryn
  • florida
  • 3 Jul 2010, 12:34
Viktor, I am reading over the comments and noted yours on "modern art." There is an independent movie titled "Exit Through the Gift Shop" that is an intriguing commentary on art. If you get a chance, see if you can find it. Fragmented wholes.
vz-nostalgia: I found the movie, Ms. Kathryn. I'll watch it this week and will let you know what I think.
stunning image Victorsmile
vz-nostalgia: Careful, Tim. You're getting close to breaking the Rule No.1 of Nostalgia. smile
  • Scarlet
  • Netherlands
  • 4 Jul 2010, 23:00
The workings of a fragmented mind, a creative, out of the box kinda mind smile
vz-nostalgia: It's not an easy task to work your way through the thoughts of a fragmented mind, isn't it, Ms. Scarlet. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Jul 2010, 13:00
Indeed, it is not important to know what it is- for you and other persons it is all symbolic a la 'Life is different' or said by Paulus (I Corinthians 13:9ff.):
"For our knowledge is only in part, and the prophet's word gives only a part of what is true: But when that which is complete is come, then that which is in part will be no longer necessary...
For now we see things in a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now my knowledge is in part; then it will be complete, even as God's knowledge of me.
But now we still have faith, hope, love, these three; and the greatest of these is love."

Wise-true words I very love, but I'm not sure if your photo (I remember to have seen a similar one some time ago?) wanted to visualize that reflection. But in one point you may be right: "We see things in a glass- colourfully- this plenty of colours allover in our world is more hiding-covering-confusing than any darkness!
vz-nostalgia: The symbolism of any piece of art goes only as far as the viewer's intelligence allows, Ms. Philine. One person makes one step and stops, while other one might take an endless journey. smile
Wow!!! "Génial" It looks like to a kaleidoscope. Very esthetic, graphic and colored. In short "Génial". A+ VAL smile
vz-nostalgia: Judging by your enthusiasm, a kaleidoscope was one of your childhood favorite toys, Ms. Valerie. smile
wow...intriguing
vz-nostalgia: intriguing, like a tattoo in a sacred place one can't get enough to look at? Or intriguing like a jazz tune that comes and goes in and out of one's head, Ms. Toni?
Very interesting shot Mr. V.... I would print this large if it were me.
vz-nostalgia: and what would you do with that large printed image, if you were me, Ms. Dawn?
It's been a while since I've heard from you. How have you been, Ms. Leblanc?
Très joli effet!! J'adore!!
Amitiés de France:CLAIRE
vz-nostalgia: In this case, stop by for more, Ms. Claire. smile
  • Olga
  • Spain
  • 25 Jul 2010, 19:00
It seems an element of Gaudi´s architecture
vz-nostalgia: It surely does, though, it is not. smile
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