Thursday, 9 March 2017

Der Himmel voller Geigen


“Der Himmel voller Geigen”
is a German phrase – the literal translation means “The heaven is full of violins”
and the rough translation means “He sees things through rose-colored glasses.”
This is one of the latest collaborations Lynn and I made - and it fits too perfectly to the theme for not to be shown: Music, Bollywood, instruments .... all we need for this week! 

3 comments:

  1. What a jubilant collaboration between you and Lynn! Lovely and yes it is perfect for Ron's theme.

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  2. Is this the way to Armadillo? Great colours and movement Lynn.

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  3. Oooo... I really really like this one! Being from Texas, I like the armadillo & the prickly pear. Having lived for one long-ago summer in India, I like the infusion of Hindu culture. And having a close friend who's both a German translator & a string musicisn, I like that part (and so does she!). And as Ron said, great colors and movement. You two should do a whole series based on German idioms!

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