I like it anyway.
Mr Hecht So do I sir.
Too much work.
SUch a gorgeous melody. I got all excited that you COULD see a 'whatever' in the painting...and then it says it's NOT there...That's not fair, KIDDO! :-)
Z, I see things that are not there actually. ;-)Thanks.
SYNCHRONICITY! Have you looked at AOW's blog recently?She too featured a special version of Van Gogh's Starry Night.Great minds ... ;-)
FT, Thanks so much. I missed AOW's.
It's still there, if you'd like to see it, Kid.An entirely different "use" of the image, but interesting all the same.
just stopped by FT. Yes, interesting.
Imagine stepping out and seeing that nighttime sky! You would soil yourself thinking it was the beginning of the end or just finally see what has always been there. But then it's really in the eye of the beholder!
Ron, Yes, that was Vincent's impression anyway. Back then with no light pollution you'd see quite a lot too.
First of all, I love this painting, but it has a special memory for me because the final exam in one of my exit requirement classes was an analysis of this paintng. I invoked espects of "Seindenfraden" in my final paper and I earned an 'A'. Not bad for a science major trying to graduate.
Cube, Nice ! I don't know what Seindenfraden means and didn't see a clear winner in search but a great result.