Delightful photo and quotation, Denise.
He was right! Lovely!
Wonderful words and such a great shot.Also once you have been on the sea - same applies.
I have to agree with imac.
Leonardo was one clever man. Though my father infected me by telling me and I quote 'he is the man who drew horses arses so well'. And it is true, he did, among a great many other things he did supremely well. Nonetheless horses behinds are what I first think of when his name comes up.
How beautiful! Having just come back from a flight, I'm really ready for a rest though.
Oh,to be able to fly.! Something I still dream about since childhood,with real wings,not in metal machines which I dread.The photo is so apt for this lovely quote.Carolyn.
That would make a super wall poster. There were a lot of people around the world, who would have like to fly a few days ago when our national carrier QANTAS grounded every plane for 24 hours due to industrial disputes.
Yes, I wish I was back up there, going somewhere nice.
This sings to my husband's heart, for sure...he wanted to become a fighter pilot since age 5 and realized his goal. And then he received a medical grounding because of a heart attack in 2oo1. He hasn't flown in a long time, and I know how much it always meant to him! Of course, there are other kinds of flight--like that of the soul!
Thank you for your most welcome comments.