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Tales From My Garden: The Known And Unknown

Just a little black hole in my universe, where I keep your tears of sorrow.


Tales From My Garden: The Known And Unknown

Just a little black hole in my universe, where I keep your tears of sorrow.


comments (20)

  • Larry Bliss
  • Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • 5 Dec 2008, 02:27
Beautiful, mysterious picture. Are the tears rushing in or exploding out?
vz-nostalgia: smile By definition, all black holes suck things in, Larry. Nothing can escape from a black hole. Though, there is a dude by the name of Steven Hawkins, who theoretically proved that black holes do leak. Unfortunately, they leak a thermal radiation, not the tears of sorrow. smile
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 5 Dec 2008, 04:55
vz-nostalgia: I think the salty tears are not the best nourishment for the first spring flowers, Ms. Kathryn. smile
Ah, but because you care enough to keep them, they reward you by turning into precious jewels. A magical image. (:o)
vz-nostalgia: If that's the case, I'm a very rich man, Ms. Roz. smile
Where do you keep our tears of joy Viktor?

This is a delight
vz-nostalgia: I'll be glad to keep them, but no one shares with me their tears of joy, Bill. smile
  • K.A.
  • S.A.
  • 5 Dec 2008, 08:45
Tales from my Tears..(the known and unknown)

"If you could keep all my tears
would you know what my sorrow is about?
If I told you every of my silent pains
would it help me to forget them somehow?

If tears of joy, then I'll share them gladly
If tears of sadness, then I don't know as they are many

If my tears darken your days
I'd rather not to share them;
Share your happiness instead
cos' my tears will leave me then" (K.A.)
vz-nostalgia: :
...let tears of sadness whisper in my ear
all your sorrows and all your silent pain
and leave for tears of joy a chance to heal my wounds...
  • makoto
  • Japan
  • 5 Dec 2008, 09:00
It seem as if time stood still. Excellent!!
vz-nostalgia: Just for a fraction of a second, Makoto. smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 5 Dec 2008, 09:43
Tears to fill a tear in the universe.

Hard for me to go the melancholistic route on this one. I see that a grasshopper took of joyfully after a summer shower, spilling some accumulated water in the process (hope you got your camera out of the way in time).

Great freeze of a moment in time.
vz-nostalgia: "Tears to fill a tear in the universe." What a great play of words, Louis.
If you want to follow your own path of thoughts, looking at this picture, that's perfectly fine with me. smile
vz-nostalgia: Thankida for the visida.
Nah, just kidding, Ms. Stef. smile What is in this picture that made you to say "splendida", Ms. Stefania?
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Dec 2008, 12:09
I agree with Louis- I can't follow your thought and your mood today - looking at you pic I first remember the wonderful eyes (and colours) of a peacock- and inspired by the impressions of fleeting, spraying lights I think of freshness and joy of life..., sorry, the totally opposite to your remarks! But I know you will accept a different meaning and feeling!
vz-nostalgia: a peacock? oh my...Truly, one never knows what a photograph will trigger in people's mind. smile But that is perfectly fine with me, Ms. Philine. I did my job, I tossed the ball. It's up to you, the viewer, to roll the ball in the direction you like. smile
stunning stuff Victor, no idea how you have done this but it sure as hell puts a smile on my facesmile
vz-nostalgia: I talk about tears, and you have a smile on your face. Talk about a miscommunication. smile
If they are my tears of sorrow Vik you may keep them & boil them for a nice cup of tea.

Amazing shot!
vz-nostalgia: smile I'm afraid I prefer my tea sweet, not salty, Chris. smile
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 6 Dec 2008, 06:32
vz-nostalgia: smile I can go both ways either, Ms. Astrid, but so far it was a one way road. smile
"We have a long road ahead of us". Well, not as long as we would like it to be. We are not in our 20s and the rose glasses we used to wear have lost their pinkish color. smile
Still, I'll be waiting for your tears of joy, Ms. Astrid. smile
How did you do it...?
vz-nostalgia: It's been a while, Gabor, I don't even remember how I did this. I dug it out from my archive. smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 6 Dec 2008, 10:48
Quite a collection you have there, VZ.

Do you know a lot of unhappy people, or have you been collecting for a long time?
vz-nostalgia: smile I'm afraid, A little bit of both, Ray. smile
vz-nostalgia: I like your friend's music, Ms. Dawn. It's jazzy.
I couldn't find a video clip on YouTube of the documentary. I read a few reviews, though. Looks like a good movie.
vz-nostalgia: Good. We came to a mutual understanding. smile You got to work on your English skills a bit harder, Ms. Stef. smile
As a true Italian, you got the appreciation of arts with your mother's milk, you just don't know it. smile

Is it already winter in the Northern Italy?
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 7 Dec 2008, 20:49
Tears can be of Joy too smile
vz-nostalgia: I would not argue with you on that, Ms. Ellie. smile
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Dec 2008, 09:32
That's quite an outpouring Viktor, you must have a very damp shoulder.

Shot works really well, almost looks like the water droplets are advancing rather than receding.
vz-nostalgia: better have a damp shoulder, that a dumb head, Mike. smile
Wonderful creative shot : Thumbs up !!
vz-nostalgia: What exactly did you find here creative, Zeb?
certainly more interesting than a black hole
vz-nostalgia: smile might depend on how much we know about black holes, Ms. Aying. I bet, there is a lot of interesting stuff got sucked into some of them over the millions of years. smile
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