Posted by: DG MARYOGA | 07/11/2017

” The Magic Money tree “


 

 

“Gravity & Growth ” &  the Euro Sign Sculpture with the shining Stars …

Art & the story of the Blue & Gold structure under the Temples of Plutolatry in times of austerity …

 

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“The story of the “Magic Money Tree” named “Gravity and Growth” by the Italian artist Giuseppe Penone who is one of the leading representatives of the “Arte Povera” movement.

 

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Gravity and Growth is a sculpture made of bronze and granite with a cluster of gilded leaves.It measures 17.5 metres in height and it is soaring above real chestnut trees at the entrance to the ECB headquarters.It is not about decorating the headquarters,it is about helping the cultural world.Giuseppe Penone’s tree conveys a sense of stability and growth and it is rooted in the Humanist Values of Europe.Some try to keep it Upright and some others to see it Prone …

Apart from the gilded leaves there is a ball lodged amongst the barren upper branches,but who is going to start the ball rolling with the hot EU issues?

You can collect some gold leaves now, before it’s too late … I have also collected some seeds,I am just looking for fertile soil to cultivate the species.I might place the seeds under the Golden Stars to help them grow faster…

So much gold and art works in times of austerity …

 

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The Blue and Gold structure with the shining Stars …

E C B & the Euro Sign Sculpture

 

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Counting Golden Stars & Gold Ingots in the “Magic Money Tree”,a bit further down the Gigantic Eurotowers,as I was thinking of the uncertain future of the institution.There were some black ominous clouds above,but I removed them in order to write the story under blue skies.

I craned my nake up to capture its entirety,it looked like the Leaning Tower of Pisa,the “Campanile”,which the architect intended to stand straight and tall,but the foundation was poorly laid,and soon began to lean …

 

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German artist Ottmar Hörl made the sculpture to symbolise a unified euro at a time when the currency was still in its infancy … A spokesperson for the ECB said that the sculpture’s fate lies with the culture committee and not with the bank.Thoughts outside the ECB’s headquarters,the New ECB Premises,previously resided in the Eurotower.

Soon,escorted,I’d be “elevated” towards higher levels,from where I could clearly read Homer in the “Iron Bridge” & forget the Temples of Plutolatry in times of austerity …

 

 

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Homer in Frankfurt am Main

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«ΠΛΕΩΝ ΕΠΙ ΟΙΝΟΠΑ ΠΟΝΤΟΝ ΕΠ ΑΛΛΟΘΡΟΟΥΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥΣ»

Crossing the Eiserner Steg ( Iron Bridge ) over the River Main and reading Homer as there is an inscription written in ancient Greek,which reads :

«ΠΛΕΩΝ ΕΠΙ ΟΙΝΟΠΑ ΠΟΝΤΟΝ ΕΠ ΑΛΛΟΘΡΟΟΥΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥΣ»

It is a quote from Homer’s Odyssey,taken from book I line 183, (Rhapsody a ) when Athena goes to Ithaka disguised as Mentes.

«Μέντης Ἀγχιάλοιο δαΐφρονος εὔχομαι εἶναι
υἱός, ἀτὰρ Ταφίοισι φιληρέτμοισιν ἀνάσσω.
νῦν δ᾽ ὧδε ξὺν νηὶ κατήλυθον ἠδ᾽ ἑτάροισιν
πλέων ἐπὶ οἴνοπα πόντον ἐπ᾽ ἀλλοθρόους ἀνθρώπους».In Modern Greek : « μὲ πλοῖο μου στὰ μέρη αὐτὰ καὶ μὲ συντρόφους ἦρθα τὰ πέλαγ’ ἀρμενίζοντας πρὸς τοὺς ξενογλωσσῖτες … πλέοντας στο μπλαβό πέλαγος πηγαίνοντας σε αλλόγλωσσους ανθρώπους».Translated into English it reads :

« With Ship and Crew Sailing over the Wine-dark Sea to Men of Strange Speech »

It is obviously meant to symbolise the desire of humanity to cross waters and meet people from all different cultures and languages.Civilisations & Cultures should not stop at the borders …

Well,«ΠΛΕΩΝ ΕΠΙ ΟΙΝΟΠΑ ΠΟΝΤΟΝ ΕΠ ΑΛΛΟΘΡΟΟΥΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥΣ»,I remembered  J.R.R. Tolkien’s words “Home is behind,the World ahead “,crossed the Iron Bridge and headed for the Avant – Garde Euro Towers.

Opern Turm & The Three Keys …

 

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I’ve recently read that UBS picks Frankfurt over London …

I don’t know if UBS seeks to establish itself as a rival financial hub to London following Brexit ; the only thing I know is that you’re dwarfed at the outside,you have to crane your neck up to see the giant in its entirety and to discern its three – keys logo,which was adopted in 1937 and stands for confidence, security, and discretion.OpernTurm (Opera Tower) is a 43-storey 170 m (560 ft) Tower Block opposite Alte Oper (Old Opera).

 

TO THE TRUE,THE BEAUTIFUL,THE GOOD

The old and the new supporting each other and showing the evolution of the world in all aspects.Have a look at the next photo to see the wonderful mansion of Renaissance architecture and to read the inscription on the frieze,which reads:

“Dem Wahren, Schönen, Guten”, “To the True, the Beautiful, the Good” …

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Alte Oper (Old Opera) mansion of Renaissance architecture loftily standing opposite the giant with the many storeys and the symmetrical boxes where plutolatry prevails … It was destroyed in a 1944 air raid,rebuilt in 1964-81 and was renamed the ‘Old Opera Concert and Conference Centre.

“Dem Wahren, Schönen, Guten”, or “To the True, the Beautiful, the Good” …

Nevertheless,”Tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis”
“Times change,and we change with them” ; wise was Heraclitus’ axiom ” Πάντα ῥεῖ “, “everything is in a state of flux” ( Everything flows … ).The Main River was flowing too,and Frankfurt am Main,an Alpha World City,was counting  its riches.

 

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The Blue Sheep were happily grazing

 

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Have You Ever Herded Blue Sheep in a big city ?

No,they are not genetically engineered,they are not lawn mowers.It’s “Ovine Art” created by the German artists Rainer Bonk and Bertamaria Reetz and they are nourished only by interest,curiosity and the amuzed gaze of onlookers.

The Unusual Plastic Flock of Sheep,painted head-to-toe in dark blue paint,has been touring the globe for years now.You can see Blue Sheep in cities,towns,in fields or parks to promote “Tolerance and Solidarity” and to represent “Team Spirit” & “Tolerant Interaction”. A Blue Sheep is left behind in each city they visit where it remains as a Peace Ambassador.Every sheep is indistinguishable from the next as the artists want to convey the peaceful message that “All are Equal & Everyone is Important”.

 

And in the Städel Museum,the German visual artist,Corinne Wasmuht exhibits her Contemporary Art  painting “Barrier”, 2008.

 

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What do you see when your eyes are closed? Our inner imagery consists of flickering remnants of perception, an ocean of fleeting impressions and particles of memory. They bob up to the reservoir’s surface and sink back down again in a sequence as illogical as that of a dream. In her paintings, Corinne Wasmuht pursues the paths of these inner images. She interlocks temporally and spatially separate visual finds, surpassing early modern art by dissolving the unity of time, space and perspective in the manner of multiple photographic exposures. Confusing pictorial cascades are the result, bearing a strong connection to the urban space and its powerful optical stimuli.
In “Barrier”, 2008, the artist processes photos of the Forbidden City in Beijing along with other – non-identifiable – visual sources. Abstract and representational fragments annihilate one another; two-dimensional areas alternate with strongly receding ones. At the same time, the painting seems to be moving weightlessly at the speed of light.
 © Corinne Wasmuht

 

Exploring Everything & Keeping the Best

 

“To the True, the Beautiful, the Good” & with little interest in Philistinism …

 

 

 


Responses

  1. Everything I read about Europe and the EU makes me so sad at the moment, Doda. Brexit was a huge mistake, in my opinion, and should never have happened! I have always felt so close to the rest of Europe, and to be cut off like this seems like a nightmare. Your photos of all these amazing structures are fabulous, and I have the strange feeling I’ve seen some of these photos before (or someone else’s of the same things – the blue sheep, for example). Nevertheless, I loved your post and how you have used the excellent quote, “To the True, the Beautiful, the Good”. ❤

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    • Thanks for reading Millie.I still cannot believe that UK is not a member of EU any more.We have to wait to see what the future holds as T.May is promising an economic boom in UK,in some years.

      I am sure you have seen my Frankfurt images on my Twitter page a few months earlier.Don’t forget that we follow each other there too.I’ve also put most of them on my Flickr page which is displayed on the right space of my WP site.

      https://www.flickr.com/photos/erato-lydia/

      Just have a quick look at the link,you’ll see them there too.Thank you.

      As for the herd of the blue plastic sheep which were created by the German artists Rainer Bonk and Bertamaria Reetz,you might have seen the flock in an English city too because it’s a mobile art installation.I love the fact that they always leave a blue sheep behind in each city they visit,they want it to remain as a peace ambassador.
      All the best to you Millie 🙂 ❤

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  2. I just wanted to say thank you so much for reading so many of my posts – I feel very honoured that you took the time to do so, and I very much look forward to reading yours. Best wishes 🙂

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  3. Always so much to think about in your blog posts. I like the idea of making the sky blue behind the Euro rather than cloudy. That gives me hope. I am still sad about Brexit, a terrible mistake in my opinion. We should be coming together to solve our problems, not breaking apart. An important decision like that should not have been left to the general public who did not understand the issues! As we know, many (if not most) Brits wish the vote could be taken again with a different outcome… but the damage is done. Voting should not be taken lightly, which I am afraid it was. Of course, we have our own voting issues here in the US… which many people also wish could be reversed. We are playing with fire. We need more blue sheep in the world!

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    • Thank you so much,dear Roslyn,for appreciating my allegorical post and for reading more behind the lines.As you see,I tried to include many aspects concerning art,photography,politics,architecture and social issues.I wish I had the power to remove the black ominous clouds not only in my photos.Alas,they keep accumulating and remain permanently above EU premises and all over Europe.
      To be honest,I was surprised by the results of the referendum that knocked off EU’s balance;I,too,still have a feeling that the two campaigns,”Britain Stronger in Europe” and “Vote Leave”should have lasted longer in order the voters to know more details about the prons and cons.I heard Theresa May speaking in the Parliament,the other day,and she supported that all will be jealous of the economic boom in UK,in some years.Once the drama of Brexit is over,beyond March 2019,I’ll pray for the UK to remain united,as Scotland was and still is against Brexit.I strongly believe that “Union is Strength”;presumably, the real governors of our world and the visionaries of the globalisation and the new world order have different plans and other viewpoints.Thank god we have the Blue Sheep and Fine Arts to remind us the real essence of life and humanity.All the best to you,dear friend 🙂

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  4. Thank you for this, dear Doda. I was taken by Corinne Wasmuht’s description of the ideas behind her art, and the notion of seeing with closed eyes. It does take great sensitivity and attentive awareness to appreciate that the visual process continues when the eyelids are down, and yet because we think we (will) see nothing, that belief of itself sublates the raw sensory experience of seeing into the overarching belief that one is not seeing. It’s an act of blatant self-delusion. And there we come back to the plutolatry and cupidity you allude to, and how, despite the evidence, these things blind us to the good and beauteous in life. Blessings on the day, and with gratitude, Hariod. ❤

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    • After having seen what I wanted to see in the Alpha World City and in the Städel Museum,where many noteworthy paintings were exhibited,I left the many and held the few and decided to finish my post with her painting because when I closed my eyes,I experienced what Corinne Wasmuht supports.
      The dark couldn’t end the light and my strong impressions.My emotionalised attitudes of the hereness and nowness and of the things I had seen,popped up like cinematography and invoked my mind’s own figurations.Layers of abstract were alternating with concrete elements,newly observed qualities of objects were all related to past experiences and I think,I was trying to redefine the concept of understanding and perceiving “facts” in contradistinction to pure reason and optical delusions.I was feeling as if I had discovered myself anew.Was it transcendental apperception,dear Hariod?Was T.Merton right saying that “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” … ?Anyhow,the role of fine arts is obvious in my humble post,and,here we’re discussing any interpretation and subjectivity in diverse fields and expanding the potential of our knowledge through commentaries like yours,dear friend.Thank you so much for appreciating the deeper nature of the painting,the painter’s concept and my little interest in Philistinism … . ❤

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  5. […] via ” The Magic Money tree “ — My Space in the Immense Universe […]

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  6. There is always so much to contemplate and interpret in your blend of images and text. Mostly, I enjoy your point of view that combines humor and history and culture and art. It’s a feast for the senses. Thanks.

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    • In fact,that was the exact point of my post;you said it all in your comprehensive comment,Sally.Honoured by your visit ; I can’t thank you enough 🙂

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  7. Your post dear Doda is thought provoking.. And in a world where austerity measures are hitting so many little folk.. The Money Tree of the EU gets ever bigger..
    I could say a lot here my friend.. A lot.. But suffice to say that those big players in the game of the World will spend spend and spend, while we little folk will pay pay pay..

    Loved the photos dear Doda.. And the old and new buildings..
    And loved when you said in your sentence from
    the Städel Museum,the German visual artist,Corinne Wasmuht
    ” What do you see when your eyes are closed? Our inner imagery consists of flickering remnants of perception “..

    Sometimes we need only open our eyes, to SEE..
    🙂
    Wishing you a wonderful new week dear friend and thank you for this delightful education xx ❤ ❤

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    • I wanted to capture “The Magic Money Tree” & the “Golden Stars” from every possible ANGLE … Thank you so much for reading and appreciating my allegorical images and commentaries,dear Sue.Art and its context are inextricably linked to our lives,Corinne Wasmuht’s painting masterly communicated her concept.Best wishes to you Sue Dear 🙂 Sending love & peace your way ❤ xxx

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  8. That is so good to see 🙂

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    • Truly,it’s interesting from every angle.Thank you,dear Joshi 🙂

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    • Awww!Such a very special flower floating in the night sky,dear Superduque!Btw,many thanks for all your kind visits,I’ll soon pay some visits to your place in return 🙂 xxx

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  10. Thanks for this cultural tour of Art. So much symbolism. Good luck with your golden seeds.

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    • I have to thank you for beholding the artworks with me dear Draco!Yes,I’ve already “invested”,sorry,planted the seeds and wait …

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  11. Your travel experiences and your impressions are interesting, this symbolic art make us think about life and the world we live, indeed. Heraclitus’ axiom in this context reveals itself, and I liked the manner the message of your article under the umbrella of a fine humor shows a situation to reflect on. Thank you for such an informative post and the beautiful photos. Wishing you a great weekend !

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    • Many thanks for reading and seeing the Bigger Picture behind my beautiful photos and my figurative commentaries,dear friend!It is not what we look at that matters,it is what we see in a broader perspective;artworks are created to provoke thought and reflection.I wish you have a great weekend too 🙂

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  12. I have never herded blue sheep in a big city, but would love to herd these bringers of peace! the money tree is also intriguing…would be nice to get some seeds 🙂

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    • Neither had I until I saw our Blue friends standing still on the grass of a wide city pavement without grazing,I just loved them,dear Tiny!Art has many expressions and lives through our admiration and intepretation.Thank you for calling in and reading my allegorical Frankfurt post 🙂 xxx

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      • Loved your post, Doda. And that reminded me I have not made a stopover in Frankfurt in years! Always just running through the airport, that has to be corrected 🙂 XX

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        • You won’t regret it,dear Tiny,and there are also other nice destinations not far away.Cologne is beautiful too,but each time we go to Frankfurt,we never miss Heidelberg with the beautiful Castle in a hillside 🙂 xxx

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  13. Plant those golden seeds you collected in your beautiful orchard, my dear Doda. Maybe they’ll cross with your trees and produce some golden oranges or something equally fantastic. I always learn something from you about culture and art, my friend. So interesting to see your great pictures of Frankfurt. Happy Thursday. Hugs 🙂 ❤

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    • Brilliant your idea,dear Aditi!I’ll and if they yield well,I’ll keep some golden oranges for you,my friend.Btw,right now the ochard is at its best,all the citrus trees are laden with juicy fruit.Can you imagine a Norway Spruce tree amongst them?It’d look fantastic and I’d decorate it with Xmas ornaments and multi-colour lights … Happy Friday & weekend ~ Hugs & sunlit kisses 🙂 ❤ xxx

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      • That Christmas tree would look fantastic there! You know, Doda, I can’t get that orchard of yours out of my head, I love it so much. You must take some pictures of it now, with those fruits. Happy weekend, dear friend. 🙂 ❤

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        • I know,you had seen some pics like this one,that’s why 🙂

          oranges and blossoms

          It was spring time and you could see fruit and blossoms at the same time 🙂 Happy weekend my dear Aditi ❤ xxx

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  14. What lovely photos of your travels, dear Doda. Those sculptures are quite interesting. I really love the comparison of the old and new architecture side by side. But I especially like the inscription on the Old Opera Mansion, “To the True, the Beautiful, and the Good!” Wonderful! Love those blue sheep, too, and the message they are conveying. It’s so true that we are all the same inside, seeking the same things. We should not be so at odds. We should be loving and helping one another. I know — in an ideal world. Thanks for this lovely post, my friend! 😀 ❤

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    • Can’t thank you enough for your response and your feedback,dear Linda!Happy you appreciated the Old Opera Mansion and the inspirational inscription on the frieze,it is laconic but so stirring.Our Blue Friends are equally infuential,they remind us our true nature and that
      we were all born equal.Sending Love & Peace your way,dear friend 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  15. Dear Doda, Enjoy seeing the places you have traveled via your lens, beautiful photos of the architecture from different point of view!! Love your sense of humor. 🙂 The meaning behind the Magic Tree is wonderful, but who is going to pay… good point. Thank you for introducing the Blue Sheep. It’s encouraging to know they are using it to delivery serious message– “All are Equal & Everyone is Important”.
    Thank you so much for the stories and remarkable photos. 🙂

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    • Thanks a million for reading and for your generous,approving comment,dear Amy!I wish I could visit places only like a tourist and relax,I mostly travel with intent,and want to explore everything.Apart from the artworks and the temples of architecture,which I enjoyed,I also had the chance to have some constructive talks with official functionaries about educational subjects.Homer’s quote,which was inscribed on the iron bridge,was a nice surprise too;wherever I go Greece follows me …
      Glad you appreciated my photos and my allegorical illustrations … 🙂 xxx

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  16. Money Tree – very interesting. In Frankfurt, there is beautiful Euro sign. Phots showing blue sheep was nice surprise. 🙂

    Thank You for this post.

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    • First of all,congratulations on your wedding anniversary,Matti,and many thanks for finding my post and my Blue friends interesting.I wish we all were as innocent as they are,my friend,our world would be a better place … Best to you & your wife 🙂

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  17. Doda….. ‘Exploring Everything & Keeping the Best’

    ‘So much gold and art works in times of austerity, not to mention the blue sheep … all make for the most interesting reading AND the thought that we might as well smile… x

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    • Ahh,those Blue Sheep that stole the scene and the heart of our WP friends!Many thanks for appreciating my Blue friends and “Ovine Art”,you may be familiar with “Bovine Art” with our beloved moos ..Both are popular,I just love the concept and the strong messages they convey.Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment,darling,darling Shey!Hugs & kisses to you & to your little angel 🙂 xxx

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      • I LOVE the Blue Sheep. They are true Grecian sheep colour-wise. Hugs to you. My little angel has an awful cold xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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        • Oh,my darling,darling Shey,my sweet Scots friend,you’ve a heart of gold brighter and more precious than the gold in the Frankfurt artworks.Feel so sorry to hear about your little angel,hope he’s getting better and better now.More Hugs to Him & You 🙂 xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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          • AW Doda, you are the kind one with the golden heart. he had jags for various illnesses and he had a bad reaction to one of the jags but he is a lot better today. Hoping he will be good tomorrow. Have got some fireworks for my birthday with him in mind. xxxxxxxx

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            • Think we need to steal these sheep and give them to Greece when no-one is looking !!!! xxxxxxx

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              • Ha ha,!Think you can manage it with the help of the little angel lol,thank you my sweet friend 🙂 ❤ xxxxx

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                • Yeah they should be on the hillside with your beautiful white buildings. naturally we will all go, ‘Sheep? What sheep?’

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            • I know,sometimes they cause high fever for a couple of days and generally speaking they upset the whole body,they’re actually the illnesses themselves,’it has to do with the immune responses to antibodies … ;feel so sorry about it,he’ll definitely be better tomorrow for the big event.Well,Happy Birthday sweetheart & Many Happy Returns 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ xxxxxxx

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              • I know. The biz of the 6 in one go jags really seem to me to be a bit much. I know he has been poorly there just now again, just hoping he feels better soon xxxxxxxxxx

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                • Indeed,it’s too much,but that’s how it works with the boosters … He’ll soon feel better ~ A big hug for him 🙂 xxxxxxx

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                  • A bit better this morning, so here is hoping xxxx

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                    • How nice Shey dear 🙂 Then,get the fireworks ready ❤ Happy Birthday to you sweetheart Shey ❤ Here's a little present for You ❤

                      the soul of the garden in colours ...

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                    • Oh, that is beautiful. All the finest autumn colours. Thank you my darling, DARLING Doda xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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                    • Pleasure,my sweet friend Shey 🙂 xxxxxx

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  18. Made to symbolize a unified euro, you say.. And I am picking up golden leaves here in fall to share with you, sweet Doda ❤ You share your world with us and we love you for it!

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    • Symbolic art,indeed,dear Christy,and political systems and institutions that come and go and are purportedly concerned to ensure our welfare … Thank you for your feedback and your kind comment,my friend 🙂 we love you too ❤ xxx

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  19. Always a joy to visit around the world with you, dear Doda, Thank you so much for taking us with you. I enjoyed all the art, liked “Gravity and Growth” in front of the ECB, and the Euro symbol too. My favorite art here was the blue sheep and what they represent. Thank you for always opening up new worlds to me, and best wishes for more happy travels, my friend.

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    • Overjoyed to see your visit to my WP space and read your delightful comment,dear Jet!Obviously,the Blue Sheep have taken the main stage in my post.Our wonderful WP friends were not allured by the shining golden stars,perhaps they evaluated what is beneath the surface … Thank you so much for spending time on reading my post despite the difficulties you face right now,my friend.Best wishes to you & Athena ~ Take care 🙂

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  20. Such an informative and at times funny post. You are so versatile, and so well traveled, and I am glad you take your camera with you. Thanks Doda!

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    • On a mission lol,Hien,but cameras,i-Phone,smart phone,tablet,whatever possible to stop time and imprison my travel experiences.I’m so happy you appreciated it!Many thanks 🙂

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