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photoblog image In The Garden Of Nostalgia: Smooth Movement Of The Line

In The Garden Of Nostalgia: Smooth Movement Of The Line

 

...the smooth movement

   of the line

   I follow
   until I find myself

   inside your hollow... 

In The Garden Of Nostalgia: Smooth Movement Of The Line

 

...the smooth movement

   of the line

   I follow
   until I find myself

   inside your hollow... 

comments (18)

Golden nectar for you to wallow...
you enjoyed it so much...
You will be back tomorrow.
vz-nostalgia: Love your little poem, Ms. Linda, but... did you mean "to swallow"? smile
  • Alarie
  • United States
  • 30 Jun 2011, 18:31
gorgeous
vz-nostalgia: A proof that picture doesn't have to include a naked body to be erotic, Ms. Alarie? smile
in the moist current of her hollows
in a wave of fragrant petals
on the edge of starlit waters
she finds him...
vz-nostalgia: :

...she finds him... standing on the verge
of the dive of his lifetime
into the magic depth of her moist hollows
like a black swan never to be seen again...
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 1 Jul 2011, 10:32
I protested too much wine
you thought that would still be fine
to flutter in your brine.
vz-nostalgia: :
I'd never protest too much GOOD wine, Louis. Just opposite, I'd like for you to join me. smile
Brine? Are you out of your mind? We talk a sweet nectar here, a Golden Elixir, not a salty brine. smile Ah, what folks won't do for a good rhyme. smile
  • iris
  • hamburg
  • 1 Jul 2011, 19:25
...and jaunt along the curve of passion
until you both suavely dissolve in heaven...
vz-nostalgia: :
…or in a deep blue sea where he will stretch her sails
to their limits in his long journey beyond the rainbow lines…
  • Ray
  • Manila, Philippines
  • 2 Jul 2011, 01:58
"Come on in", She crooned
"The hollow is moist
And the hooks are tuned."


[I picture VZ, lurking in the park in an oversized trench-coat...all the better for hiding his tent-pole that is permanently erect due to the pervading blossoms that over-power his senses...]
vz-nostalgia: :
I'd prefer you to picture something else, Ray, but I guess this is the extent of your imagination, and there is nothing I can do about it. smile On other hand, this kind of humor has its fans. smile
intimate mystery...
vz-nostalgia: don't even try to solve it, Larry. smile
  • clo
  • France
  • 2 Jul 2011, 20:52
OH Mr Viktor ...
What a surprise today ... opening the door of your garden ...smile
I invite you to visit mine and you will understand my surprise and my amusement ... in French we have a phrase for this kind of situation, said: "The great minds think alike" isn't it ? smile
I wish you a nice sunday ..smile
vz-nostalgia: Surprise indeed, Ms. Clo. smile Though, I wouldn't dare to claim that my mind is great. smile
The door to my garden is never locked, Ms. Clo. You're always welcome to step in. smile
Amazing image VZ!
vz-nostalgia: What inspired you here to say so, Ms. Elizabeth? Can you put your finger on it?
beautifully creepy with just the right amount of pink.
vz-nostalgia: I guess it's like mixing a good cocktail, all about right proportions, Ms. Jada. smile
  • roxana
  • Germany
  • 4 Jul 2011, 19:58
it reminds me of a famous magnolia in the history of photography:

http://www.artnet.com/artwork/424893237/magnolia-blossom.html

but the subtle pink and lilac hues add to the mystery and eroticism of the image. now or in 1925 or a thousand year before - have our emotions ever changed? the grace of a line remains the same, no matter what time we live in. or the mystery of a hollow, yes, indeed.

hi Viktor smile
vz-nostalgia: :
Roxana: it reminds me of a famous magnolia in the history of photography
VZ: Imogen Cunningham was a cool old lady (not at the time, when she took that picture of teh magnolia flower, of course smile wink

Roxana: . now or in 1925 or a thousand year before - have our emotions ever changed?
VZ: Apparently not. That's why Shakespeare's plays still gather full houses, and Fellini's "Satyricon" still blows people's minds, and 37 000 years old erotic cave paintings, discovered in teh cave of Southern France, tell us that the human emotions were , are and always will be the subject of arts. smile
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jul 2011, 07:52
Nature's tailor has been hard at work again - I will spare you any attempt at poetry ;o)
vz-nostalgia: Wonder if teh fashion designers ever learn from the Nature's tailor how to combine beauty with the comfort and practicality. smile
Re: poetry... Well, apparently there is not enough inspiration for you here. But one day I might get lucky. smile
  • chinsa
  • United States
  • 5 Jul 2011, 13:39
lovely, my friend. Quite lovely.
vz-nostalgia: oh chinsa, I thought you know better than leaving praises on Nostalgia. smile
I love the way you shot the image sharp- but processed it so softly. i love the way you have it off center so you want to move it to see more- but have to accept the frustration of accepting as it is. I love the slight pinkish coloration... Does that do it? smile
vz-nostalgia: :
Elizabeth: I love the way you shot the image sharp- but processed it so softly.
VZ: Ah... quite opposite, Ms. E. I shot it soft, then sharpened here and there. smile

Elizabeth: i love the way you have it off center so you want to move it to see more...
VZ: Spot on, Ms. E. Dead center compositions bore me to death. One has to a have a damn good reason to do that. Say, like here:
http://nostalgia.shutterchance.com/image/2008/05/06/my-peachtree-street-braless/

Elizbeth: ...but have to accept the frustration of accepting as it is.
VZ: I don't understand, where the frustration comes from. Why accepting a thing of beauty as it is should be a frustrating experience? smile
Very nice and delicate work, Viktor! The small light triangle in the top left annoys me slightly ... without it, top notch agroerotic material!
vz-nostalgia: smile With all the things going on here: teh shapes, the forms, the curves, teh textures... I'm surprised you even noticed that triangle, Thomas. It doesn't bother me a bit. smile
love it.. gorgeous
vz-nostalgia: smile ...because it is, Ms. Gale. smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 17 Jul 2011, 23:22
"Inside the movements of your lines
I find myself in your deeper sides
I lose my mind, find my desires
in the madness of your ways
and the excitement of your waves
Sailing in the softness of your petals
swinging at the music of your metals
I find myself in your desires
at the sublime moment when your madness becomes mine and only mine" k.a.
yes, mr VZ I was missing your nostalgic garden smile good to be back ...
vz-nostalgia: You are always welcome here, Ms. KA. You and your little poems/thoughts. smile
If only you could explain to me what does the "music of your metals" mean? smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 20 Jul 2011, 04:16
vz: If only you could explain to me what does the "music of your metals" mean?
k.a.: it's a metaphore mr VZ..as your photographs they are open to the reader's own interpretation...then you tell me...
vz-nostalgia: well, I don;t know, Ms. KA. Otherwise, I wouldn't ask. smile
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