Posted by: DG MARYOGA | 30/05/2018

Coming In from the Cold …



Travelling like a cloud above Alpine countries and snow-clad peaks and forgetting to come back …


The Frozen Canals in Göteborg (Gothenburg) in the Kingdom of Sweden & the Bitterly Cold weather in the UK didn’t dampen my spirits …

It was fun trekking on the iced canals with Vassil Simittchiev’s Prometheus and the birds.As for the weather in UK,it was ideal for winter people like me.

Still alive & well,but excessively busy and grappling with a whole slew of emails. Sigh … When off line for a while,I’m finding it hard to catch up.Even so,I’ll do my very best to start Slowly Moving through the WordPress Gears and fight Time,which is my constant nemesis.

Well,time to move Planet ? lol

l should live on Titan,the largest Moon of Saturn,where a Day is the same as the time it takes for the Moon to orbit around Saturn.It’s about 15 days, 22 hours, and 41 minutes.It’d be great,time would never manage to overtake me …



Time to be back to reality … Exploring Göteborg in the cold,a wonderful RiverCity by the Sea.It was a nice travel experience as I’d never seen iced canals in my life.



The marble facade of the hotel was “cold” too,the glass reflections frozen …


But,it was warm and cozy indoors;its iconic structure looked like a huge theatrical stage …


A hot cup of “fika” along with some cinnamon Kanelbullar was more than enough before going for a skate …


Göteborg (Gothenburg),Sweden’s second largest city,had some appeal despite the Siberian temperatures.Beautiful neoclassical mansions in the old town,and canals that embrace its largest part and give it bracing vitality and energy.

A visit to the Museum of Göteborg by the iced canal was just the ticket,it was freezing cold outside.Many and interesting all the exhibits.An old telephone device and a Morse key-Morse telegraph caught immediately my attention.

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Wonderful old Transmitters & Receivers!How Times Change!

From Semaphores & Telegraphs in the Inter-Net Age ….

I waved to you with a red Göteborg flag and transmitted messages by telegraph,but your reception stations were disconnected due to bad weather conditions ..

Now,that the Inter-Net has invaded our lives,and our cell phone is an extention of our hand,the world is smaller and more connected.Bill Gates says that the Internet is becoming the Town Square for the Global Village of tomorrow.Everything lives on line now.Technological progress frees and then enslaves us ; it’s an unruly tool for helping humans and for destroying them at the same time.Artificial Intelligence develops at the speed of light,it makes me feel that we are very close to an entirely Synthetic Human.Are we any closer to such a life of freedom and bliss?Are we eventually served or enslaved?I find Nassim Taleb’s words truly wise :

“The difference between technology and slavery is that slaves are fully aware that they are not free.”

Will the Human Spirit prevail over Technology ?

How much I like Steve Jobs’ words :

” I would Trade all of my Technology for an afternoon with Socrates.” …

I was waving to you again and again holding a pennant from Haga,Gothenburg’s oldest district,but you didn’t notice … You were Busy Blogging …




I abandoned my attempts to communicate with you through Semaphores and went on to meet Prometheus.I had fixed an appointment with the Titan,days ago.


Looking for the “Promethean Spark” on Ice …


What is this black figure doing by the frozen canal ?
Is he the Pyrphoros Titan,the Fire-Bringer,who holds the fire in his hand?

It must be Προμηθεύς (Prometheus) ,a Titan of Greek mythology,who stole fire from the Gods on Mount Olympus & brought it as a gift to mortals,marking the birth of human Culture & the beginning of Civilization with a rebellion against the Unjust Power in order to overthrow the system … His name means “Forethinker,a really meaningful Theophoric name.He became a figure who represented human striving and the quest for scientific knowledge.

Myths & Legends keep inspiring Artists & the World of Change.Throughout the early stages of human existence,men spent their days in a constant fearful awareness of the inevitable.They lived naked,hungry,cold and uneducated.

Prometheus felt this was wrong and asked the Gods on Olympus to do something about it.They refused,claiming mortals would come closer to the Gods,if allowed to cultivate imagination and creativity.Although he could not save them from death,he desired to instill hope for a bright future and possibilities for growth and development during their years on earth.He snuck up Mount Olympus,took fire from the hearth of the gods by stealth,hid the spark in a fennel stalk and ran down the mountain to teach humans the use of fire.Man’s doom was replaced with Light,Hope,Warmth,and Ambition.His gift enabled humans to prolong life and to improve its quality.It was just a tiny spark that lifted humanity to a higher level through imagination & creativity,which were activities exclusively for the Gods.

Darwin considered Fire as the greatest Discovery made by Humanity.

Today,the term “Promethean” refers to events or people of great Creativity,Selflessness,Intellect & Boldness.

PS:The symbolic torch,run from city to city & through each continent before the commencement of the Olympic Games,is in honour of the “Promethean” Gift.

I went closer and met him by the frozen canal,he was not Young and Handsome any longer.He told me a story,not the well known from Greek mythology and how he was Bound … Here,he had another role to play …


Prometheus’ ” Protest Art … “


“Prometheus” statue in Götheborg,by Vassil Simittchiev

Why this Flabby,Aged body with the Triangular Pyramid head ?

Artists have the liberty to express their opposition to all the powerholders and get their messages across through artworks that create reaction for the degradation of the human condition over time,stir emotions and cry out for the future of humanity and for the necessary change …

Here’s V.Simittchiev’s answer to GM’s (query editor) Isolde Berner some years ago :

“The work can symbolize that we are no longer Human.It is today’s Prometheus and there is no triangle without a pyramid of concrete he has over his head.

Titan Prometheus is not young and beautiful anymore,it’s an aged body – the human world has aged.The pyramid itself is also a human symbol,depending on how to use it.The world of today is quite still,pyramidal can be said,but it feels hard and no longer really Human in the same way as the world Prometheus saved. But there’s a hope,that’s why he’s holding a torch in his hand.To explain a work in detail, is not easy even for the Artist.The myth of Prometheus has been a recurring motif in art, literature and music, and is found in works by Shelley,Goethe,Michelangelo, Beethoven & Swedes V.Rydberg,Strindberg & Hjalmar Gullberg.”

Triangles in the art world can symbolize psychic or spiritual things as opposed to squares or cubes that symbolize rationalism.The pyramid is also a symbol of illuminism,but Prometheus didn’t belong to illuminati,he wanted to enlighten the world …

We may encounter art we don’t like,the conflation of art with its purposes is always a difficult issue to examine …

Generations of writers,philosophers & political revolutionaries have been inspired by Titan Prometheus’ story of rebellion.In contemporary times,Prometheus has become a symbol for Progress in Science and Technology.

Titans in the hands of artists & the story of the canal-side bronze & concrete sculpture,Prometheus,by Vassil Simittchiev – 1995 – dimensions 215 x 90 x 92 cm –

I noticed some graffiti art on his pyramidical head and remembered Banksy’s quote:“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” …



The ice on the canals had started thawing and flowing my thoughts down into Kattegatt,in the North Sea … The Lapis Blue Ice on Stora Hamnkanalen was slowly moving and the Tower of Tyska Church,or Christina Church,was impossingly soaring skywards to catch the evening light before the nightfall.

Fishermen statues ouside the big Feskekôrka (fishmarket) of the town were treating visitors and dogs and taught the art of Love & Friendship …



Some tropical plants,birds and other creatures were enjoying the warmth of the Botanical Garden completely unaware of the iced city outdoors.



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People in an alley in Haga uprooted the frozen flowers and planted some fresh ones.They also decorated the poles with coloured fancy feathers to wave to Spring and remind Her that She had completely forgotten their part of the world.

I found them very smart Semaphores …



Seasons can be quite different depending on where we live;
although March had almost ended,spring in the Nordics was heavy winter.It seems the sun got out of bed on the wrong side this spring,he confused directions and he didn’t know where he should move and where to stay.It is summer in the middle of spring,in my country.Oh,how beautiful the frozen canals were …

The bare “spring” branches outside a church were drawing on the moody canvas of the sky while the Peace Flame in the church was warming every corner of the Globe …



The Promethean Spark through Art,Science,or Religion,refers to the Human Soul,Divine Ambition and anything Enlightening that we share with others to Elevate our beautiful World.



 I left the Inextinguishable “Promethean Spark” and the “Peace Flame” burning  and imparting Knowledge and  Warmth …

One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.Henry Miller


Off  to start slowly moving through the WordPress Gears again …





  1. What a fascinating post with so much to learn, Doda. I love your word choice of WordPress gears while trying to catch up again, and of course, ET stood out evoking great memories. Your photos are simply gorgeous, too! Thanks for taking the time to compile this amazing post. Sending hugs, my friend, and so glad we’ve connected again. 💗💗💗

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    • My dear friend Lauren,I cannot thank you enough for all your visits and your rich and beautiful comments.I was away from WP again,and when I came back I squeezed everything in one post to save some time and start visiting my blog friends again.I am really delighted we are connected again,I used to be a regular visitor to your beautiful and poetic posts.Sending love hugs and blessings your way ❤ 🙂 xxx


  2. I want to give a big thank you for this great post.

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  3. Well, dear Doda, I don’t know how you ever keep up with all the comments and followers. I am very grateful for my followers but there is no way I could ever deal with the numbers that you have. I have difficulty finding time to respond to a handful of comments on my posts. Titan sounds very good to me. Sometimes I feel I have TOO much going on in my life!!!! But I also can’t spend any more time on WordPress! What to do?
    I like the cold but not freezing cold, although those frozen canals would be a sight!

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    • Say that again,dear Roslyn.Do you remember once when you commented on one of my posts,when I was away from WP for a long time,saying that you would like to see me posting again?It’s too much,indeed,especially if we want to reply to all the comments we receive and also to return all the kind Likes.Eventually,the Likes have become a silent language of communication.
      I like the cold too,I am a winter person;it makes me feel very energetic, body and mind function better,I suppose.Thank you for calling in and commenting 🙂

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  4. So much to learn here, dear Doda. And I also like those words from Steve Jobs (likely not surprising you by saying that). Thank you for always making time for my women’s blog and for your delightful words. You make sure you get some sleep and stay warm xx

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    • Thank you for your kind visit,dear Christy 🙂 Yes,as you see I am frequently off and spend some days or nights with Socrates …
      Btw,congrats on the new look of your site,it’s really more practical and easier for your readership to catch up when they’re away.
      However,something went wrong with the GDPR compliance and I found myself not following you;I re-followed but I cannot see if I follow you or not.I reached you through your comment here.Any help?

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      • I hope it’s all sorted now, Doda. I think it is… Do let me know if you still have problems xx

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        • Yes,it is as there was a follow option while reading your comment from my reader … Thank you dear Christy 🙂
          Left a reply on Twitter,it has to do with your “Pathway to Illumination” poetry book 🙂 xxx

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  5. Now this article sure gives me a sense of an afternoon with Socrates.. 🖐 (Waving back) 🙂

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    • That’s why I’m posting once in a blue moon …
      Om,I can see you waving,isn’t it wonderful ? 🙂 All semaphores well received,it’s a very clear,sunny day.Thank you for your kind visit 🙂

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  6. I love this collection of information! Love how you presented it.

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    • Thank you,dear Kally 🙂 I did my very best to concise almost everything in Prometheus’ Pyramidical head … Best to you ❤

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  7. Thanks for taking us with you.

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  8. Beautiful 🙂

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  9. I always learn so much from your blog Doda. What beautiful description and images of Gothernburg! Thanks for sharing the intellectual reasons that surround “Prometheus” statue in that triangles in the art world can symbolize psychic or spiritual things. I also loved Henry MIller’s quote: “One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.”

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    • Thank you for your kind visit and your praiseful words.Humbled and honoured,Maria.I do appreciate your interpretation.Any sort of Art is always related to our natural world and our sentiments.Look at the ice and the flame,the old phone and telegraph and the space we communicate with each other here …

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      • Nature seems to hold the supreme design, which humans seek to emulate all throughout civilization. It’s tied so deeply with all forms of art. You must be glad to be back to Mediterranean weather, although weather is subjective too.

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        • Absolutely,she holds the supreme design,the Golden Ratio,and,the famous Fibonacci sequence that has inspired and still inspires thinkers,scientists,designers and artists.When I look at your fabulous plant and flower photos,I always bring to my mind all these wise theorems.We are part of Nature,it’s in our nature to seek and try to produce the order,the beauty,the elegance and the harmony of the Cosmos that surround us.Thank you Maria for your insightful comment.

          Btw,Mediterranean weather is considered ideal in a way,but * idiocrasy,which is the peculiarity of physical or mental constitution,says other things … I am a winter person,perhaps it has to do with the fact that half of my “roots”,on my father’s side,are from a region at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains.
          PS:* idiocrasy,of Greek origin,comes from ἰδιο = peculiar temperament + κρᾶσις = stamina (Latin = idiocrasia ) …

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          • I know what you mean about “roots”. It’s frightening as to how “genetic” it can get at times. My half of the “roots” have both tropical and Mediterranean. However, I also love temperate weather zones, simply because of the “evergreens” (coniferous trees), from Latin “sempervirens”, meaning “always green”, refers to the evergreen nature of the plants!

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            • There are some epigenetic changes due to environment and to our behaviour and actions that can affect our DNA …
              And,what a coincidense,I’ve just left a comment on one of your posts where I was telling you a story about an ever green coniferous tree …

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  10. What a fabulous travelog, dear Doda! Fascinating the way you have explained Prometheus, too. I feel thoroughly enlightened now. Love and hugs 😊💖 Irina xoxo

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    • How lovely to have you here,dear friend Irina!Thank you for reading and appreciating what I shared with you.You have been enlightened, you didn’t actually need Prometheus spark … Sending back much love & hugs 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  11. Fascinating post, dear Doda! I know that the spring in my home country was really late this year. I’m happy you found interesting places to visit despite the cold weather. I will spend July in Sweden, mostly in Stockholm, but also visit pay a short visit to Goteborg, where my aunt lives. Thanks for the pics and your musings, enjoyed them very much!! 🤗

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    • Thank you so much for finding my “spring-winter” expedition fascinating and for enjoying my musings & photos,dear Helen.Glad to know you’ll spend July in Sweden,the weather will be fine.I visited Stockholm in August 2012,it is a great city in every way and a very popular destination.Hugs to Mr Dylan 🙂 xxx

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      • Mr. Dylan got the hugs and says ‘thank you’ 🙂

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  12. Great information told in a very interesting way and wonderful post. I love especially photos showing iced canals. Thank You.

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    • Thank you Matti for your beautiful comment,I am really glad you enjoyed it and particularly the iced canals.Have a nice day 🙂

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  13. You had a very interesting trip!
    Well, one does not need to go far North to experience half a year winter, we had snow until the end of April this year in Ontario.
    I liked your attractive pictures which give a lot of insight.
    I love exploring how things are written using Greek alphabet, too, it is funny how these letters for the words we are spelling and pronouncing completely differently.
    I believe many of us would appreciate days as long as on Titan.
    Time is the aspect that limits many things.
    Take care, great reading!

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    • I know about your tough winter,Inese.Here,in my country,we’ve been having summer almost all the year round,solid ice on the canals was something quite unprecedented in my own world … Thank you for reading and for your beautiful comment.Can’t wait to see your new galleries that display the essence of life through glorious blooms and colours.Make sure you’ll soon find the new space you need 🙂

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  14. Another wonderful virtual tour with you, dear Doda, for which many thanks. Love and all best wishes, Hariod. ❤

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    • Humbled and honoured to have you here,dear Hariod.Thank you my friend for all your visits,comments and the “Likes”.Sending you much love,respect & best wishes for beautiful,warm days ❤

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  15. Lovely photos and post dear Doda! And I pray that your retreat from the cold brings great and satisfying warmth. Love, Natalie 🙂 ❤ xoxoxoxoxoxo

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    • Thank you Natalie Dear!It was a very special retreat for me as I love cold weather and snow.It’s always summer in my country.However,it’s the spiritual warmth that really matters.Much love to you too 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  16. A big hug my dear Doda.

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    • Thaaank you so much,my dear friend Superduque for such a delightful video link;I’ll have to go back in summer to enjoy the archipelago of Göteborg and many other attractions.Big hugs of friendship to you too.I’ll call in to enjoy the posts I’ve missed 🙂

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  17. You’re so talented, Dear Doda. I love how you weave stories, beautiful photos, eloquent words, and thoughts together. So well said about technology. We are not aware we have been slaved by it, and it continues to drive us to where we have no idea.
    Thank you for sharing your travel experience and stories. It always educational, informative, inspiring, and fun to visit your site. Close with a beautiful quote, perfect! Happy to have you back to our blogosphere. 🙂 ❤ xxx

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    • So many thanks for reading and for appreciating my thoughts on Technology.Your praiseful and approving comment is much appreciated.It was a very interesting and constructive educational travel,dear Amy.Darwin considered fire as the greatest discovery made by humanity,great the interaction of fire and mankind.The old telephone and telegraph in the museum and Prometheus sculpture were so closely related.It all depends on how we use the inventions and how we react against the powerholders who rule the world …
      Prometheus’ behaviour has obvious political dimensions … 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  18. Wonderful post, love how you tied it with Prometheus wonderful gift to Mankind, by the way if you may want your days to be longer you may consider Venus, although not a Titan as Prometheus, but a Goddess, despite been born from the seed of Uranus, which make me wonder if you Greeks call the planet Aphrodite, and all the planets by their original Greek names, I imagine so, but not sure?
    Anyway a day on Venus lasts longer than a year on Venus. On Venus, one rotation on its axis takes the equivalent of 243 Earth days and the planet’s orbit around the Sun takes the equivalent of 225 Earth days.

    Here I send you and interesting link about Titan, and Venus where they talk about their close relationship.

    Thank you Doda for such a delightful account of your travels. 🙂

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    • You’re an intellectual titan,my friend!
      Thanks for the compelling link,I did enjoy it.Yes,Aphrodite seems to be the solution for me … However,I have a very special connection with Titan as one of my very close friends works in the ESA headquarters in Paris,where she carries out most innovative space research,especially onto Titan’s complex atmosphere.I decided to mention Titan to honour her,she is a real titan in her field.Long the story behind my choice,but I am glad you gave me the chance to talk about my “secret tribute” to her 🙂

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  19. What a wonderful post, dear Doda! Welcome back to our realities. I’m afraid I might have some troubles traveling through that cold climate since I’m not so much of a cold weather person! But I’m so glad you are and have shared your travels.

    What would it be like to have more time as on Titan?! Knowing me, I’d probably just expand to fill the void rather than actually accomplish more! HA! Am I just lazy or is it one of the perks of getting old?

    Ah, technology. As we know, there is opposition in all things in this world. It just so happens that technology contains both sides of the spectrum. We’ve all seen it enhance and we’ve all seen it destroy. But, one thing’s for sure — it’s here to stay. I do love that it has enabled me to meet so many wonderful people around the world. I worked for 40 years and was able to watch the development and takeover of technology in the work place. I was excited to see the advances in the beginning. Over time, I watched people becoming consumed with work 24/7. It seems to have taken away the breaks and vacations from so many who don’t know how to disconnect. What was supposed to make working easier has created more demands on the workers.

    I have sort of taken a blogging break myself at the moment. I just haven’t had the time or the wherewithal to put any posts together. What with working and planning a visit with family in June, time just seems to get away from me. Then, too, perhaps I just let it.

    Good to see you again! Take care of yourself and continue to enjoy life! 😀

    Love and hugs,
    Linda 😀 ❤

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    • Thank you Linda dear for responding to my semaphores lol 🙂
      It’s technology that connected us and we are here to talk,to exchange ideas and to share various experiences,but blessed are those who are not trapped and know where to draw the line.I’m afraid that our lives are tech-saturated nowadays,most people spend their days in front of the glowing screens either working or participating in many social media and forget to live … Time management is very crucial;even on Titan we would have to balance and manipulate it effectively.
      Enjoy your blogging break and come back reinvigorated.Sending love & blessings your way 🙂 ❤

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  20. Doda, how beautiful, my darling, darling. I felt I was right there actually, savouring the view of the canals, meandering amongst the ‘art’. But I loved how you tied it is with so much more xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    • Can’t thank you enough,darling,darling,for reading and for seeing the Big Picture behind everything 🙂 A brilliant novelist like you writes not only to keep us good company but also to inspire us … I’ve missed you and the smart Dudes,I’ll come by to see myself if they still give you a good hand in writing your posts lol 🙂 Kissses to the little prince of the family xxxxxxxxx

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      • Kisses to you my darling Doda, lovely to see you back and glad to see this post. You are way too kind in your comments. Your posts always say so much more than what is on the surface which is why I love them. This isn’t just a share of your photographs, or memories. The little prince is getting big. Four in a few weeks. Can’t believe it. xxxx

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        • Big thank you for everything once more,darling,darling Shey 🙂
          Special thanks for all the illustrations on your Theatrical Historical Play.You did enrich my knowledge.Mr & You did a very remarkable job,you’re both gifted!
          Can’t believe he’ll soon be four!I reckon,you’ve already started preparations for his birthday party 🙂 Wishing him Many Happy Returns beforehand xxxxxxx

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          • His birthday is on Sunday. They are taking him away for the weekend to a beach hut –posh– over in Fife. He’ll get playing in the rock pools and the sand and all, which he likes, and they will get bbq’s and things. There’s a log burner outside and all which they like. But they are back for his birthday so got our pressies here. There will be a get together at their house or down in the Ferry at a restaurant which we will enjoy cos the play will be over.xxxxx

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            • It sounds great!That will be the best birthday present for him 🙂
              He is going to love everything the way he wants there and come back happy to enjoy a lovely family get-together.Have a ball,darling,darling Shey 🙂 xxxxxx

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              • Oh I will . You betcha. Enjoy your weekend too my darling, darling Doda x xx xxx

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                • Thaaank you,it’s going to be a hot hot weekend,it’ll be heaven by the sea,darling,darling Shey 🙂 xxxxxx

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  21. What a beautiful city to explore Doda, Goteborg looked to frozen with its iced over canals.. Beautiful images.

    Loved the interior of the hotel, what a view point. And the hot warming cup of fika, sounded just the thing..

    One of my own favourite things to do when in another part of the world is see if they have a museum.. We found one in Scotland in Fort William, which housed wonderful history. Some of which I took photos of, So who knows a post in the making in the future.. Though like you, I have to get to grips first with my back log of WP comments..
    And can see myself sat here for hours as I get lost in others posts and barely make a dent in my replies.. 🙂

    Argh, now and afternoon with Socrates, who wouldn’t want to question that mind. Lol

    I really am very grateful for the gift of fire from the Gods.. Or our planet would indeed be a cold sombre place in winter. 🙂

    And I am also pleased Prometheus request was denied by the Gods to all the cultivation of our creative minds and to let our imagination flow.. OR we would indeed be still a cold and sombre place if our imagination were not allowed to fly.. 🙂 ❤

    I love the picture of the statue of Prometheus Doda.. And have not seen this image of it before..

    Is that you dear Doda receiving a gift from the fishermen on their statue photo.. Love your smile if it is you my friend.
    And a delightful post..
    Finished off with perfection in Banksy's Quote..
    And enjoy your travel in Low gear my friend.. I have just turned on the ignition again myself.

    Love and HUGS.. ❤ ❤

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    • I’m so glad it’s raining in your place,and I’ve you here to make the Promethean spark brighter.I believe that visiting a museum or beholding work of arts is an effective way of learning,it sharpens the potential of our observation and widens the scope of our horizon.No,it’s not me with the friendly fishermen,I was busy taking photos and missed the treats lol.Thank you so much for coming by and reading,dear Sue 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to your post on Fort William’s museum and your photos,my friend.Love & sunlit kisses to dry your rainy day 🙂 ❤ xxx

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