Posted by: DG MARYOGA | 12/12/2015

Stereognosis …


 

Autumn Quietness & Tiny Verdant islands

A Colligation of Stereognosis and Symbols in the Sapphire waters of the Archipelagos and Three-Dimensionality that can travel any of the Senses …

 

Stereognosis in Sapphire Waters ...

Stereognosis in Sapphire Waters …

 

Have you ever visualised thoughts that you couldn’t verbalise?The visual language of the echoes in the Archipelagos and the Pythagorean Harmony in Time and Space blended symbols and “white marble stones” of the western civilization,deep into the sapphire waters of the Ionian Sea.

It was just an Interaction between Geometry and Nature’s Beauty.A play between Stereognosis and the Perception of Proportions …

 

Stereognosis ...

Stereognosis …

 

The Old-fashioned Charms and the Unspoiled Beauty of the Sleepy island of Paxos,the Tiniest of the Seven Ionian islands,awakened my senses and started blending Ancient Columns from the Temple of Zeus at Olympia with Marble tables engraved with Meander Patterns.

 

The Natural Port Gaios,resembling a Fiord

The Natural Port Gaios,resembling a Fiord

 

The Natural Port Gaios,resembling a Fiord,is created by the verdant islet St Nicolas.The Port Town is spreading with flair along the waterfront and up to the hilly area.It took its name after Gaios,the pupil of Paul the Apostle,who brought Christianity to the island.

 

The Sleepy island of Paxos

The Sleepy island of Paxos

 

Mythology says that Poseidon,the Greek God,hurled his powerful Trident to the southern tip of Corfu, which floated and formed the Paxos Island.He created this island as a solitary peace and resting haven for him and his lady Amphitrite.

And History says that it dates back to prehistoric times …

And I ? I just went on playing with Stereognosis and the Perception of Proportions,I could visualise what I couldn’t verbalise …

 

Stereognosis & the Visual Language of a Colligation ...

Stereognosis & the Visual Language of a Colligation …

 

Stereognosis & The Perception of Proportions ...

Stereognosis & The Perception of Proportions …

 

I could do anything,I could place and displace everyhing I wanted above or deep under the Sapphire Waters.It was a play I was so much enjoying … My only tools were The Pythagorean Harmony in Time and Space,Geometry,Stereognosis and Free Thinking …

 

The Perception of Proportions ...

The Perception of Proportions …

 

The Perception of Proportions,Depth & Three-dimensionality through any of the Senses kept placing and displacing the Echoes of the Visual Language …

 

The Art of the Visual Language ...

The Art of the Visual Language …

Stereognosis & Twinkling Flashes of the Past ...

Stereognosis & Twinkling Flashes of the Past …

 

Interpersonal Communication ... with Hesiod's Theogony ...

An Interpersonal Communication … with Hesiod’s Theogony …

 

My mind like a Seafaring Vessel enchained to an invisible emanation,to a hearty familiarity of old civilisations …

 

Old Seafaring Vessel ...

Old Seafaring Vessel …

 

Stereognosis ...

Stereognosis …

 

The Theogony of Hesiod ...

The Theogony of Hesiod …

 

Like the Symplegades Rocks …

Massive rocks proudly standing in the Ionian Sea since Homer’s era …

 Oh Poseidon,encircler of the earth and earthshaker,give me the strength to go through … Oh Athena,goddess with the gleaming eyes,send me wisdom to feel Homer’s words and go through …

 ” A small rock holds back a great wave… “

Homer :The Odyssey Greek epic poet (800 BC – 700 BC)

 

The Theogony of Hesiod ...

The Theogony of Hesiod …

 

“Verily at the first Chaos came to be, but next wide-bosomed Earth, the ever-sure foundations of all the deathless ones who hold the peaks of gigantic mountains in the depth of the wide-pathed Earth. From Chaos came forth Erebus and black Night; but of Night were born Aether and Day, whom she conceived and bare from union in love with Erebus.And Earth first bare starry Heaven … “

 

And Earth first bare starry Heaven

And Earth first bare starry Heaven

 

The Setting Sun started Playing with me

The Setting Sun started Playing with me

 

The Rocks took the Night's Colours ...

The Rocks took the Night’s Colours …

 

But the Sea of Light,the Sapphire Archipelagos never loses its colour … It simply plays with Gold and with the Light of the Stars …

 

It simply Plays with gold ...

It simply Plays with Gold …

 

It simply plays with Gold & with the Light of the Stars ...

It simply plays with Gold & with the Light of the Stars …

 

And,in the morning asks where the stars sleep … Beautiful the Verdant island of Paxos and the Sapphire Blue Waters that travelled my imagination to Stereognosis and to the Perception of  Proportions.

 

Autumn Quitness & Stereognosis ...

Autumn Quitness & Stereognosis …

Beautifully Quaint ...

Beautifully Quaint …

 

 

The Power of Simplicity Blended with Stereognosis & the Perception of Proportions ..

 

 PS : Just a note to tell you that I am not a Post and Run WP friend,soon with All of You to enjoy your new posts,and then,I’ll remove this note … ☀ ♥

 

 

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  1. How wonderful photos. I had to check them many times and admire the beauty of Greek island. We have been to Rhodes, Simi and Crete. Gorgeous places full with the beauty of nature and history! Thank You.

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    • Oh,what a rich and pleasant comment,my friend!Thank you so much for your kindness and your nice words for the Greek islands!You have been to some really remarkable and picturesque islands and I am so glad to hear you appreciated their beauty and the long history behind them.Have a wonderful day ~ Sending you sunshine 🙂

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  2. Beautiful photos and words, wish I was there 😊

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    • So glad you appreciated them,dear Charlote!Many thanks,my friend 🙂

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  3. Oh dear Doda, what an honor and delight it has been to swim with you in the sapphire waters, cruise with you in the stars and clouds, let the changing light and the breeze carry the imagination away. Your photos of the beautiful Ionian Sea are breathtaking, and your stereognosis images were relaxing and unwinding. Thank you so much for this brilliant Doda experience. 😀

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    • I am so delighted you travelled with me and that you enjoyed the colours and the pure light of my country through a different perspective and an odd awekening of my senses.The little quaint island with the little coloured houses looked like a naive painting,the greens and blues were gently kissing each other and I,like Heraclitus,started to put forward an alternative to straight observation.Does reason allows the observer to go beyond the observational given?Is the world ordered,guided and unified by a rational structure,a single divine law,which is “logos”?The divine cosmic logos was spreading over the little island and when it met the logos that resides in my soul,a geometrical play excited my imagination and the faculty of reason.The static universe didn’t exist,I could move and change anything I wanted and that’s what I did according to stereognosis and the perception of proportions …
      Don’t ask me now why I plunged my marble table into the blue ocean.Just look at the naive painting of Paxos and move whatever you want.You can bring it,if you like,even into the back yard of your garden where Anna’s hummingbirds happily fly and chirp … .Thank you dear friend Jet for your praiseful and rich comment 🙂 ★¨`

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      • Yours is the rich comment, my dear friend, I am just the very fortunate recipient. I admire your fluidity among worlds so very much, dear Doda. 😀

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        • I am not a talented author like you dear Jet,I simply try to channel my “eccentric” sentiments into photos where they can live longer or for ever …So many thanks for being so receptive and kind.I’ll leave some symbols for you to show my appreciation 🙂 (˘▾˘) ⊰✿ ☆–☆–☆ ☀ *★¨`• … 🙂

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          • You are a talented symbolist who gives me so much joy, dear Doda. Thank you. *\|/* ♥

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            • Thank you Jet Dear 🙂
              ★░M░E░R░R░Y░★░C░H░R░I░S░T░M░A░S░★

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              • Wow, that’s the most beautifully decorated comment I have ever seen, dear Doda!!! You sure make a keyboard dance!! 😀 ♥

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                • Te he,ha ha !That’s why I love your writing style and the vivid,advanced language you use.A keyboard dance!I will never forget this,I will dance more on the keyboard now 🙂 •*´¨`*•.¸✩✩.•*´¨`*•.¸¸Merry Christmas•*´¨`*•.¸✩✩.•*´¨`*•.¸¸

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                  • My first long and happy laugh of the day — oh dear Doda, thank you so very much. 😀 😀

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                    • You are such a dear 🙂

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  4. Stereognosis, a new word for me! If we didn’t have sight this is how we would encounter the world through touching and feeling. As I am such a visual person I think I would have trouble with this but it would be an interesting exercise. Anyway, I enjoyed what you did with some of your images. This is why I love art of all kinds because it turns “reality” upside down and sideways and makes us perceive the world from a different viewpoint. I think dreams are like that…. mine certainly are… taking everyday occurrences and jumbling them up so they make no sense except in the dream everything seems very logical… when I wake up I realize it really made no sense in the “practical” world! Who is to say which is correct? Doda, you always make me think…

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    • Presumably,our unseasonable warm weather and the deep blue waters travelled me beyond ordinary limits and bounds and I started plunging ancient colums and marble tables into the Archipelagos where old civilisations are buried.I wanted them to become one with the ruins at the bottom of the sea and then bring them out again to place them in “event horizons” where my senses would perceive the proportions in time and space.Stereognosis mingled with sentiments and “Mathematical Abstractions” and theories which define harmony in our universe and in our lives.That’s how I started playing,dear Roslyn,and as you said,”who is to say which is,correct”,what is rational or irrational.Thanks ever so much for your advanced thoughts and your approach to my stereognosis concept which was connected with the colours of my country and its pure light 🙂 xxx

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  5. Totally awesome post and amazing photos…beautiful words that carry you away into this lovely place on a wing and a breeze 🙂

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    • Did I manage to travel the wolfie sentiments on a wing and breeze?What a nice feeling to know that you left your wonderful “Cosmos” and flew with me high up in the blue skies!Many versions of us are living in alternate worlds that interact with each other 🙂 xxx

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      • I think perhaps you did! It was very wonderful and special to fly with you high up in the blue skies
        …There was a beauty and freedom there I have found nowhere else! xxx

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        • Om,om,what a wolfie soul came into my life … So many thanks for finding the real spirit,the essence behind my allegorical post and my words 🙂 xxx

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  6. a profound and beautiful poetry of stereognosis! What a wonderful word! And you have illustrated it in magnificence Doda!! Beautiful magic!! Beautiful co-ordinates of the universe! A beautiful place to be and you are there!

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    • Our deep blue waters,the pure light and the ancient ruins are to blame,Cybele Dear,they travel me back in time when our civilisation had reached the uppermost levels and our philosophers and mathematicians studied the universe and the harmony of our visible and invisible world … You have entered these paths and many more unfathomable routes in Scotland,Ireland and not only.Where do you find this magical light that veils your photos and your thoughts?So many thanks for appreciating my efforts to connect scapes with theories 🙂 xxx

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  7. Such a beautiful post. The words from the Odyssey are wonderful, as are your stunning photos. I thoroughly enjoyed your journey as ‘a seafaring vessel’ and your play with Stereognosis and the Perception of Proportions. Your many photos of that amazingly blue sea are just perfect for feeding my imagination through our bleak northern winter. Thank you for this lovely post, Doda.

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    • Thank you so much dear Millie for appreciating my concept and my journeys above and under the sea … I love the deep blue of our seas and the pure reflecting light on the placid waters and I have a tendency to connect them with our civilisation and culture.Nevertheless,I envy you your rainy weather and the overcast skies,they create a mysteriously appealing atmosphere.Different is always interesting.Isn’t it ?I have to thank you for your “Christmassy Nottingham In The Rain” post,I loved all the historical and cultural details and your fabulous photos!Have an enjoyable weekend,my friend 🙂 xxx

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      • Your post was amazing, Doda, and you are a wonderful photographer. I have much to learn in that area. I’ve been to Italy and several of the Greek islands, including Corfu, and I agree with you about the colour and great beauty of the sea. And you have every right to be proud of your wonderful culture. I think grey skies and rain would soon get you down. 😀 I love the rain but not the dark, dreary days. Have a wonderful Sunday. 🙂

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        • So many thanks for the feedback once again,dear Millie!I’m glad to hear that you have visited some Greek islands and Italy,which is one of my favourite countries.As for the typical dreary weather in the UK,I love it,it makes me feel more energetic and helps me to concentrate more easily on serious work.When it is hot here,I feel completely listless and lazy.All my English friends are constantly complaining about the rainy weather there and they love the sun.You know,the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence lol Enjoy your Sunday 🙂 xxx

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          • Yes, it’s a very true saying, and can be applied to so many things. Normally I love our English winters, when they are crisp and fresh. This year is very odd. It’s much warmer than it should be, with overcast skies all the time and a lot of rain. This makes the days very dark. I don’t mind the cold, but I do like plenty of daylight. I agree that constant hot sun is very draining – but it’s lovely to feel on the skin for a while. And your blue skies and deep blue seas are just so beautiful.
            I really love Sorento and Nick and I had a wonderful holiday there – visiting Pompeii and Heculaneum, and the Amalfi Coast. 🙂

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            • Indeed,the weather patterns are a bit odd this year.We have had unseasonably warm weather and we also had some torrential and catastrophic rains all over Greece,which is unusual for Greek standards.It might have to do with El Niño which will affect 2015-16 weather.No wonder you had a lovely time in those places in Italy.I treasure wonderful memories,they are places that you want to visit again and again.Our neighbouring country is a real gem 🙂 xxx

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              • Now I need to see Mainland Greece – Athens in particular. I love the islands, but the historic mainland calls.
                Weather in many countries has been ‘weird’ this year, according to many poeple I talk to on my blog, Doda. I think you’re right about El Niño, too. We’ll just have to wait and see what 2016 brings. ❤

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                • If you ever come,there is so much to see,you will never regret it,dear Millie.As for the weather,some European countries in the South experience summer temps.Today for example,people in Spain went to the beach,but I suppose we’ll pay the price later on,in 2016.♥ xxx

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                  • Greece calls… but Im not sure we’ll manage to get there next year. We have a holiday in Iceland booked, and a few around the UK, so I don’t think we could fit a great deal more in. As for the weather, I’m sure we’ll see a more strange patterns in the coming years, Doda. ❤

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  8. “My mind like a Seafaring Vessel enchained to an invisible emanation,to a hearty familiarity of old civilisations …” yes! I rode the waves with you on your Odyssey, Dearest Doda, it was enchanting and thrilling, and it was snowing, too! big happy smiles and lots of love, hugs and kisses, sweet ladyfriend! ;^) ❤ ❤ ❤

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    • It was an enjoyable ride,I saw you following me despite the snowfall … lol.WP wants to make everything more seasonable,more magical.Btw,I saw your beautiful pair of earings in a Byzantine museum.Isn’t it wonderful?Sending back much love,hugs and kisses.You’re a sweetlady friend too 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ ♥☺♥•♥•☺♥ xxx

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      • snow makes everything more magical, you are right dearest Doda! I’ll have to research some ancient greek jewelry styles, I’m quite intrigued now! ;^) xoxoxoxo ❤ ❤ ❤

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        • Yes,that would be great sweet friend Aisha!You’ll come up with some wonderful designs and ideas.Now,I’m wearing a ring which is a snake(Byzantine copy),perfect shape,my hubbie bought it for me some years ago,from one of Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry store.He was inspired by ancient designs and our history,culture and geometry.There is also a Musem Ilias Lalaounis in athens.His family runs stores in London,Paris,New York and …
          Here is the link :

          http://www.lalaounis-jewelrymuseum.gr/en/

          xxxx ❤ ❤ ❤

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  9. Très jolies photos

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    • Je suis très heureux que vous avez apprécié mes photos! Merci beaucoup mon ami 🙂

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  10. What a lovely and magical post, Doda! I’ve been fascinated with the Greek mythology and philosophers since I was in school and first read about them. Later, when I had the means to travel, I traveled to many of these magical islands with my hubby. Thanks for sharing this beauty and magic ❤

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    • By closely following you and reading your wonderful posts,I have realised that you’re a verry learned and cultivated person.Many thanks for liking my post and the concept behind it!Soon with you to read your rich replies to my comments and see if you have a new post 🙂 xxx

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  11. What a coincidence, dear Doda. I see that you visited my blog while I was reading this.
    What an intriguing post, and lovely pictures and some mind-boggling structures. I just love those marble tables and the sea.<3 I'd love to have a table like that in my living room.
    Have a wonderful new week. Hugs 🙂

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    • Was it merely a coincidence,dear Aditix,or something more than that?The philosophical paths you walk on can give it a better explanation … Btw,do you believe in the 6th sense?So many thanks for your beautiful comment.As for the marble table,we have had it in our garden for more than 20 years.The Meander pattern is carved by hand.Have a splendid Friday evening ~ Hugs back to you 🙂 xxx

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      • Yes, I do believe in the 6th sense and perhaps you are right, dear Doda, perhaps synchronicity is more than just coincidences. I do feel the same about it.
        As for that table, you are so lucky. It has a wonderful mixture of both ancient and timeless feeling to it – I love it. ❤

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        • That’s a better word to describe the phenomenon dear friend Aditix.Synchronicity 🙂 A very Greek word … ,yes we were in sync,that is,we were synchronised.The marble table now has no ancient columns on,it has some Christmas plants on,which are in brass pots.Their bold red leaves look wonderful against the white surface.Happy Sunday 🙂 ❤

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  12. Oh my goodness – the blue hue in this entire post was like a mini get away for me – and maybe because I just did a black and white post – but DG – the entire post had such flow – and the “quaint” one at the end had a myriad of color – almost rainbow like – and is one of my favorite pictures of yours!

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    • Oh,did you?I love black and white works in potography,they are so beautiful and classic,I have to come by and enjoy your post.I am hopelessly behind,I’ll do my best to survive lol !Many thanks for your praiseful comment,dear Yvette!Sending kind thoughts your way 🙂 Doda xxx

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      • Hey doda! I am sure u have your own goals for visiting blogs – but in my opinion I say take ur time – making Rounds – I feel the same way and I miss some of me fav blogs – but I know reality sets In for time and all that – and the most important thing is staying fresh – which I am sure u know…. Xxoo

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        • Thank you so much for your understanding dear Yvette!I’ll post something about our new family member and then I’ll come by to enjoy all your posts that I have missed 🙂 ❤ xxx

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          • Oh looking forward to seeing the family member update – and take your time visiting with me – I only have a few from this month anyhow – so will be an quick catch up when u do make it – xxoo

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  13. Dear Doda, what a post again: lovely lyrical stories, beautiful photos of your beautiful country and than your art: so playful and interesting! You ask if I ever had difficulty finding words…well yes all the time;0) That’s why I love your blog so much. You sure have no problem finding the right words xo Johanna

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    • Did Charley tell you to tell me all these praiseful words?So many thanks for calling in my friend and for your nice words!Love to you & a bear hug to Charley from me 🙂 xxx

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  14. great view 🙂

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  15. Your islands have become a reality for me because of your colorful tours.

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    • Widely-known and very talented painters,like you,pump a lot of inspiration from them.So many thanks dear Gretchen 🙂 xxx

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  16. What a feast of delights you have given us with your playtime and creation dearest Doda, and I so enjoyed the interplay of words and how your own ‘Godlike’ creative force was able to build high then plunge deep within the blue depths of the ocean those columns and vessels of ancient times my friend..
    A most delightful post..
    The Port Gaios, such a scenic refuge if every I saw one.. Thank you dear Doda for taking me along such a pleasant journey.. Wonderful captures you have brought us..
    Many thanks and sending you lots of hugs for a delightful restful Sunday..
    love
    Sue ❤

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    • Grateful thanks my lovely friend Sue for your poem-like comment!You always carry with you happiness,peace and grace and you put them into every word!I’m so glad you enjoyed my post,my photos in the sensitive space and my imagery.The perception of proportions in space are harmoniously connected with our sentiments if we really want it,and then the invisible takes shape and sensible flesh,and if we wish an extraordinary event can take place… Many hugs back to you & best wishes for a wonderful tomorrow 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • Agreed…” Extraordinary Events Can and do take place”.. We just have to believe … For Miracles occur daily 🙂 Love returned 10 fold.x x x

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        • And,if we change our perception of what a miracle is,we’ll see a lot of them around us.Little do we know about human powers and natural forces.Thank you for your insight and your love,dear Sue.More love & hugs to you 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  17. My darling Doda, such a lovely, lovely post. A bright ray of sunshine today! And your photographs are stunning. A real visual feast. Thank you…OOH and for the stories too. I have this board game about the Greek gods and this all reminded me of it cos you have gone around every place that is on it xxx

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    • Why thank you for such a rich and beautiful comment,my lovely Scottish Lady!I am overjoyed that bright rays reached your way,dear Shey!Your board game sounds interesting and most educational.You can teach your little “sweet pea” Greek mythology while playing.Love & kisses to you and to your dudes …. 🙂 xxx

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  18. Photographs are two-dimensional (except the 3-D ones of course), and conveying the three-dimensional aspect of nature with a photograph is not easy to do. Yet you have done that with many of your photos! Congratulations, Doda!

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    • Can you see me blushing … ,Hien?Thanks kindly for your nice words and your praiseful comment!IYou are a great photographer,I am a completely amateur,but I try to bring out my sentiments through them.

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  19. Su was right, such a lyrical, .. tour. It simply plays with Gold and with the Light of the Stars … how I’m reading and looking through these beautiful photos with tears…. so very eloquently said, it touched my heart so deeply. Thank you so much, my dearest Doda. ❤ xxx

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    • Amy Dear,Amy my Good Friend,can’t thank you enough for appreciating my efforts to present some of my thoughts and feelings through blended photos and some scenic views.We are on the same page,we can’t stop being sentimental.So much love & hugs to you 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • I can feel your sentiment through your beautiful word, stories, and words… 🙂

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        • You make me really happy,I am humbled,my lovely friend 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  20. Fine perceptions, thoughts transmitted by words.
    Have a pleasant weekend !

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    • Many thanks dear Georgeta!I’m glad you appreciated what I shared with you!Have a wonderful rest of the week,my friend 🙂 xxx

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  21. Pleased to hear that your posterior column–medial lemniscus pathway (PCML), is functioning so well dear Doda. 😉 Wonderful articulation and imagery; a great treat for the dorsal column of my spinal cord! 🙄

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    • So many thanks dear Hariod for going deep into my brain,into this complex and multi-functioning organ with the labyrinthine “somatosensory” pathways.Interesting brain anatomy,you very well know how to read the map of our sensory space and elucidate certain concepts and sentiments beyond reason … All the best to you,
      Doda

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      • Just having a bit of fun with the stereognosis business dear Doda – I was in a playful mood when I read your lovely article.

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        • It was fun for me too as I was placing and displacing anything I wanted and everywhere around,from my garden,where the marble table is,and up to the Ionian Archipelagos and then down to Ancient Olympia … Thanks for joining the play of my imagination and the perception of proportions in space.

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  22. My dear Doda; thank you for this lyrical, magical, beautiful tour. Happy weekend my friend. xx

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    • Grateful thanks for appreciating it,dear friend Su!I’ve missed some of your recent posts,but I’ll soon call in and enjoy them as always.Wishing you a beautiful rest of the week.Hugs,Doda 🙂 xxx

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