Thursday, January 03, 2008

Paul Huet (1804-1869)


10 comments:

USB said...

Dear MM...
Testing visuals going through.. audio not being received...'Please hang up and dial again....' Not.
Sis is trying to figure out e-mail- and sending allsorts of test signals to US. Great Angst, c/w telephone callls to see if they arrived...the phone is ringing off the hook URRRGH.
hope things are well overseas. Or have you been relocated...jetisoned form one side of the pond to the other?
We're in for a 'chinook' in a couple of days, which hopefully will melt the towering drifts of snow - and covert us to having our own reflecting pool... Might have to consider building a moat.

Mountain Man said...

She must calm herself. Is this possible? Not sure.

I am battling the head cold horrors. Keeps me up at night, causes misery during the day. Me want not to be sick. Ugh. Flugh.

Mess said...

I love the bottom wave!

fuss said...

me too!

cheese nip said...

I love the way painters used to depict water before photography... it was more about the motion and direct perception & observation, instead of the frozen camera lie that we now think is how water "really" looks...

pd said...

Thanks for the waves MM. I am riding them with my sombrero on.

Mountain Man said...

I want to be jerking about on the wave too. Cheese Nip that is a very good point about water. I need to see mistaken water all the time.

slothy said...

mm, I like the way the water painting is having a conversation with the Renoir bather ladies... voluptuous.

sloth said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to a very special mountain man! Evidence of smooshing is available Logside.

Manuel Pereira da Silva said...

Wow, these images are really out of the world.
Very creative indeed.