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photoblog image Tales From My Garden: Synchronized Swinging

Tales From My Garden: Synchronized Swinging

Tales From My Garden: Synchronized Swinging



comments (14)

  • iris
  • hamburg
  • 14 Jan 2011, 01:10
I bet they are listening to the same tune. The sound of the wind maybe, or the sound of a swinging piano played by Mr. Ellington.
vz-nostalgia: Considering they are in teh Garden of Nostalgia, most likely they listen to teh Sounds of Fluttering Silence, Ms. Iris. smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 14 Jan 2011, 04:00
Cabaret...circa 1930.
vz-nostalgia: I guess teh lack of color disqualifies it to be "Moulin Rouge" circa 1890. smile I have no choice but to settle on teh Weimar Era Berlin cabaret a la Marlene Dietrich & Co. smile
"Such strange looking cinema seats" I thought when I first saw the smaller version of this photo.

A nice light, but it can not be helped: scenes like this just are Orwell 1984 to me.
vz-nostalgia: How would George Orwell know back in late 1940s (when he wrote the book) that 30-40 years later many realities (or better, surrealities) of teh Soviet Union put his fantasies to shame. smile
  • clo
  • France
  • 14 Jan 2011, 08:15
dance of fern ? ... original choreography ...you have a limitless imagination Mr Viktor..
have a nice weekend smile
vz-nostalgia: Ah, you just can't keep a secret, Ms. Clo. Now everyone knows that this is a plain shot of a fern. The migic is gone. smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Jan 2011, 08:20
There's discipline here Vik: perhaps obedience too?
vz-nostalgia: Berlin circa 1937? smile
a fine fern Viktor. Made to look like massed ranks marching
vz-nostalgia: That's what I just said to Chris. smile Berlin circa 1937, perhaps. smile
You have made my favorite plant a work of art. Wonderful!
vz-nostalgia: smile It was already a work of art way before I took the picture, Ms. M. smile
  • Alberto
  • United States
  • 14 Jan 2011, 14:14
What a wonderful sight for sori.
vz-nostalgia: I had no idea what the word "sori" is until I looked it up, Alberto. You made my day with a new word. smile
With your title and and your image which looks moonlit, reminds me of a song that was played on the radio while I was driving, it was called Moonglow, I have heard it before in old movies. smile
vz-nostalgia: I see your radio is tuned to the Oldies, Ms. Linda. smile
I guess you heard this classic swinging jazz standard:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEmK9qFB1Y0
which Benny Goodman made immortal back in 1930s.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Jan 2011, 16:21
A ferny fan dance to titillate our gaze.
vz-nostalgia: How does it feel to be a voyeur, Mike? smile
Amazing detail ... you have such an eye.. I can hear the wind song.. Thanks for the welcome back..wonderful that you are all still here supporting each other.. have missed it.
vz-nostalgia: It's good that you're back, Ms. Gale, but more important question would be "what did you came back with?". smile Hope it's all good stuff. smile
Eeh, what are these things, Viktor?
vz-nostalgia: Err... These are the synchronized swingers, Thomas. smile
  • L.Reis
  • Portugal
  • 18 Jan 2011, 22:27
...hearing the smoothness of a thousand fingers dancing to the sound of skin...
vz-nostalgia: I see the poet in you cannot be contained, Ms. Lina. smile From time to time she sets herself free and lets you fly on teh magic wings of her fantasies. smile
10, 100, 1000 piccoli indiani
vz-nostalgia: I assume you were a vivid reader of Fenimore Cooper's novels, when you were a kid, Ms. Stef. I bet you read at least "The Last of teh Mohicans". smile
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