Friday 17th, March 2017
Moon: Waning gibbous • Visible: 79% ↓ • Age: 19 days
Atom Flowers #15
Original size: 13x13cm
from Marina’s watercolor series “Atom Flowers” © 2013
and after a long week:
Jan Garbarek: I Took Up The Runes
from his album: I Took Up The Runes
Manu Katché: Drums
Nana Vasconcelos: Percussion
Rainer Brüninghaus: Piano
Bugge Wesseltoft: Synthesizer
Ingor Ántte Áilu Gaup: Vocals
Written: Jan Garbarek (tracks: 2 to 9)
Edition of Contemporary Music
Happy Friday 17!
* about this series of posts: Time Diversion
About my numbering ‘system’ [see Time Diversion VIII]
Categories: art, Atom Flowers, Design, flowers, Months, MUSIC, PAINTINGS, Time, Watercolours
looking at this in the morning. Looks nice. Reminds me of marmalade. It would be neat if you could set all these to a sort of digital clock/ photo frame so they could change depending on the mood of the viewer.
What a great idea!!!! Hmmmm 🤔🤔🤔 …
That would be a raspberry/orange marmalade I think! 🙂 🙂
Not sure… I really should have said, it calls to mind the LABEL on the jar… 🙂 But I would say blueberry something.. 🙂 raspberry delight? Naaa. 🙄
What was I thinking?! 🤭🥴Yes, blueberry!!!!! 😉
It’s a beautiful clock, any way you slice it! 😊
Very pretty and uplifting!
For a cheerful Sunday! 😉 Thank you, Meanderer! 🙂
This is so pretty, Marina. Love it. 🙂 xx
Ah, thank you Sylvia!!! Happy sunny Sunday! 🙂 xx
Your paintings match your music taste. Exquisite!
Thank you very much for your visit and lovely words, Peter! 🙂
Love the Atom Flowers. I’m starting to feel like collecting clocks! 😀 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Awwwww, thank you, sweetie……. be careful though, I may have cheated a little on time! 😉 🤔😇😘😘😘😀xxxxxxxx
I want it all, that Time Diversion clock, and the music of I Took Up The Runes… great art, great jazz music!
Ah, my dear Jean-Jacques, I’m so glad you enjoyed both [especially Garbarek! – I was fortunate to see him live in London when this album came out – brilliant performance!]. Have a lovely weekend, my friend! 🙂
Gorgeous and full of sunshine!
We’ve had too many cloudy rainy days, so a little sunshine was needed! Thank you, my dear Gilly! 🙂 xxxx
Spring is speaking to me through your beautiful art Marina – have a beautiful weekend.
I’m so glad I was able to bring a little early spring to you, my dear friend. A beautiful weekend to you, Mary! 🙂 xx
Marina, this is stunning! Happy Spring to you! ~xx
Ah, thank you, Patricia!!!! A wonderful Spring to you! [I know it’s Spring already in your pages!!! 😉 ] xxxxx
Have a beautiful Friday Marina.. Your painting reminds me of my pansies which are just opening in my garden.. Sending Love and warm hugs my friend.. ❤ Sue xxx
Awww, must be a joy watching them bloom!!!! I know from watching all my Kalanchoe [in many colors] and Camellia bloom! 🙂 😘😘😘
Sadly that Camellia I had in hopeful bud has taken a dive for the worst. And is not looking happy right now… And the buds I feel will not flower… We don’t know why.. It happened to its twin as we bought two together.. Yet they happily grow in other gardens near by so the soil conditions suit.. But we never say never and keep giving it TLC.. 🙂 xxx ❤
Oh…. keep the faith! Mine shed most of ‘her’ buds last year but this year ‘she’ seems a little happier. I can see 4 blooms already. If you have recently changed place or soil it might take time [even a year] to adjust and bloom. TLC is always a great idea!!! 😉 xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Yes we have done that the other day thank you Marina, and good to know yours is now starting to pick up again.. ❤ xxxx
I just remembered [she says, a few days later!] a lovely aunt of mine advised me to place orange peel in the soil next to the Camelia roots as it’s good food for it. Looking at ‘her’ now, I think she was right, so why not try it! 😉 😘😘🌺
I will do that.. THANK YOU dear Marina.. 🙂 xxx I have an orange most days so not a problem at all.. 🙂 xxxx