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Right on, Horace.

15 May

I have one of those calendars at work that has daily sayings. Some are interesting; most are forgettable. Today’s quote is a little on the beautiful and thoroughly true side, especially for an art and photograph lover, such as myself:

A picture is a poem without words.

Lovely, lovely. As someone who’s usually rendered motionless and emotional by assorted artwork and other images, I second the quote. Nothing like a visual poem to stir the senses. The photograph above reminds me of melancholy, rainy mornings and James Taylor. I think it’s breathtaking.


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