I didn’t have much money, but I had time and a sense of wonder.
…………~ Louie Schwartzberg
thanks Carol–I watched this three times the first time it appeared on TED. Even if his images were not incredibly wonderful, his definition of “Oh, my God” absolutely reworks the OMG. Don’t we all want to see “beautifuller things.”
I thought the words of the older man were so moving. The little girl had a terrific grasp of the power of the imagination and creativity as well! Couple that with those stupendous images and it’s no wonder that we want to watch it over and over.
What a beautiful TED talk. I think I will share it on Facebook. It moved me so deeply. Thank you for this. I’ve been thinking about colour — something I love, and wondering why some people don’t. Then I see this movie, and really wonder.
It is a mystery, Barbara, like so many others. However, how fortunate are we that we derive so much pleasure from colour.
Your Skype portraits are wonderful, and a great idea! Do people “sit still” or do you just converse and get a sense of them?
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