Sunday, 6 April 2008

Broer Som Binder - Building Bridges

by Rune and group from Norway.

Building Bridges to the Love of Art - Art of Love.

This Photo is the Famous Bridge over the waterlily lake and gardens in Giverny France, which was created by Claude Monet for his Love of Art and his Paintings.
While walking around Claude Monets Garden and Lake, I began to feel his love for Art and his Paintings,
and as I stood on his famous Bridge and thinking of his love of Art, I started to think of the Art of Love and that we all should Build Bridges to all Races and all Countries to make a Better World. Hence - LOVE OF ART = ART OF LOVE.
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RuneE said...

Personally I must say that your own picture gave me a feeling of impressionism. I have been to the "Monet room" in the museum in Paris and to me it looks like you have captured the essence very well.

The repositioning of the words Love of art to Art of love was thought-producing indeed!

Very well done!

Gail's Man said...

I agree, but like a bridge, you can cross from either side. Some people don't want to make that walk as they are happy with being hateful.

Aerial view of Nottingham & new Shrewsbury site now being served.

ANNA-LYS said...

I am impressed, by Your provoking play with the impressionistic romantic bridge into Art of Love, many connections in that paths of thinking. ;-)

Paulie said...

Definitely a marvelous bridge!

ArneA said...

When reading your post I had to go to my Monet gallery and foud his Japanese Bridge painted at the lame location. Start think and learn to see nature as it is behind the reality
The impresionists made it happen.

mrsnesbitt said... of my favourite artists. I too visited Paris but the bus broke down on the way to the garden! Just my luck eh!

FANCY said...

Monet and romance love and life to live...That bridge I want to stand on and just... feel ;D

Anne-Berit said...

I almost thought it was one of Monet`s paintings once I saw your picture.It`s a beautiful garden,and your picture is wonderful:o)

Hyde DP said...

I can feel those willows weeping.

Maggie May said...

This is a very good post, in fact a really good blog! Came over via David's. I am very fond of the French Impressionist especially Claude Monet. Like the way you have linked the photos with your theme.

Anemone said...

Wonderfoul Monet picture, and wonderful reflections over the "bridge day".

You maked me think abourt this tooday, and i am soure that this thougths will bee in my head for a long long time.

But pictures and paintings does not have to be exspensive and famous to give something to your hart and brain.

Love and hugs from Anne.

Garden Angel said...

This photo was just beautiful! And your thinking as well!
Have a great day!

Daniel J Santos said...

Very beautiful, excellent moment.

Pernille's ting og tang said...

It looks like a painting! Very beautiful and charming bridge. Fantastic:)

John said...

This is a great picture imac, very good composition. Very well done for the bridges between.

Anonymous said...

Your photo is like a painting, a painting made by a famous artist. Loved it.

Ida said...

A beautiful bridge and a beautiful shot Imac! :)
It looks like a painting.
Well done!

Katney said...

It could have been painted by Monet.

Marie said...

Beautiful bridge photo!

9na said...

What a nice picture of a beautiful place!!!