the still, clear water reflects
the clarity and pureness of everything
My reflections on water, Hema Thasapalan
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hi, thank you for quoting from my poem, thank you for acknowledging it, your blog is lovely
Good morning, Hema. I thought those lines from your poem were perfect to express my feelings about this scene.
Good luck with your writing.
I did – identify it, I mean. The name of the campo is contained within the rather odd phrasing of the last two sentences.
Ah, so very lovely.
It surely was/is!
What a lovely photo, Yvonne! At first I had no idea where it was – the perspective is deceptive – it looks as though you are looking at a corner of a canal. I tried a couple – no luck. And then it came to me! I’ve taken a photo from almost the same spot, but looking directly at the building with the tall water-door. The campo features in Death in Venice. Shall I be bold? – oh, no, I’ll keep your secret a little longer.
Thanks, Bert. Go on, you’re know you’re just itching to identify this pretty spot! I wish I had your memory for locations.
It is such a treat to see the water so still!
I just get hynotised by the water and reflections. No wonder I don’t get much accomplished! 🙂
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