This photo was taken on the first night I arrived in Switzerland in February. I didn’t have my tripod with me, so I had to take the photo, hand held. It is a panorama. I believe I took 3 photos and stitched them together. It was a beautiful sunset that just seemed to last forever. This view is just behind where I was staying and I had a nice little walk in the evening. It is amazing how different everything looks, covered in snow.
William Kling (my grandson)
Photo (c) William Kling, February 2019.
All you need is love.
But a little chocolate, now and then, doesn’t hurt.
(Charles M. Schulz)
Photo: (c) S.O. Gross circa 1950
I beg you, do not be unchangeable.
Do not believe that you alone can be right.
The man who thinks that,
The man who maintains that only he has the power
to reason correctly, the gift to speak, the soul–
A man like that, when you know him, turns out empty.
(Greek philosopher Sophocles)
Photo: (c) Lee-Anne Kling circa 1980.
There is something good in all weathers.
If it doesn’t happen to be good for my work today,
it’s good for some other man’s today,
and will come around for me tomorrow.
Photo: Approaching sunset in Ormiston Gorge N.T. (c) Marie Trudinger (2010)
His thoughts were slow,
His words were few, and never formed to glisten,
But he was a joy to all his friends –
You should have heard him listen.
Photo (c) David Trudinger circa 1955