Dear Merisi, I beg to defer, all these are moments of GREAT importance: reading old books that might lead you to London or Paris, buying beautiful flowers for someone special or even for yourself, listening to Chopin, carefully selecting an outfit for a special occasion, waiting for guests. ;-) I know you meant it with tongue in cheek.
Of course this was meant tongue in cheek! ;-)The fabric of life is woven of little things and moments, isn't it?
Life is indeed woven of the little moments and little things and I do love your captures for the day, Merisi! They bring lovely memories of the years I lived in Europe! Hope your weekend is going well!
I just love your little moments. they are so beautifully captured.Wish my mind thought of things like yours does.Simple and elegant...simply elegant.
SERENITY NOW!!gorgeous :)
A lovely melange, and so colourful to my eyes accustomed to the grey skies we've had for so long.
Like a sweet little pattern, leading to my soul, from the old travel books, to the woman carrying fresh cut flowers, the empty chair..I do believe that I see my name written on one...I can dream! Lovely shares as always Merisi. Have a beautiful evening and a beautiful week~
A beautiful succession of moments. Love the bold colours of summer!
Such lovely glimpses.Loved the Baedeckers --something one always read about in EM Forster novels!
I have a card sentiment that reads "We don't remember days, we remember moments". You capture moments just beautifully! Bella B!
I'll take the dress at the top of the pyramid, thank you!
Those old Guidebooks make me think of a more adventurous world, when everything wasn't known.
Your moments in time do bring a peaceful smile onto my lips of a gentler world one sometimes forgets is still there . . .
Thank you all very much for your kind comments!A wonderful week to all of you,Merisi
Wonderful scenes...I would love to look at guidebooks of yesteryear. What a fun day, exploring with you.
Love seeing your photographs around town!
Thank you, I appreciate your comment!