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Thursday, July 21, 2011

SKY WATCH FRIDAY - A MATERIALISTIC INTERRUPTION...

  
 

 
 Recalling Septimus's dreamy interpretation of skywriting in Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf!



(In the novel, Septimus is a shell-shocked veteran and sees the world differently.  The skywriting that everyone else in London sees he sees as a signal to himself, whereas it is actually an advertisement for toffee).
  


8 comments:

  1. Interesting angles and views of the sky. Cool photos. Happy skywatching!

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  2. A different and interesting sky watch showing.

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  3. Puffs rather than streaks! Unusual. But I can't get the message and you must have got a stiff neck! We could do with some of your blue; this is the wettest July for 60 years!

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  4. Is that really skywriting? Amazing!

    SKY SONG

    Glowing moon and shining stars,
    Venus, Jupiter and Mars,
    Planets swirling round the sun;
    Darkness falls when day is done.

    In the vast and endless sky
    Eagle, wren and falcon fly;
    Over hill and dale they roam,
    Calling cloud and thunder home.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Soaring to the Clouds

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  5. Beautiful, I really like the deep blue sky and the texture of the building.

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  6. Very bright blue skies...wish I could read the message.... Does it say "Will you marry me?" HaHaHa

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