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Jazz titles these days can involve lateral thinking not to mention ambiguity – I thought this one might make a good title for a thread.
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On https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0004n64 the theme tune was played live
One reaction from me is a cloudscape followed by a corner of it (note tree top) – how about you.
H..My perspective on “In the Corners of Clouds” is one of the places people don’t look,,or don’t visit(mentally), but still exists, so if you go there, you may find something unique,something personal..The phrase speaks to finding in our imagination things that have been there just waiting to be found..I post two recent examples of rarities in plane sight but camouflaging themselves into the “usual”..corners just going along and being part of the easier “bigger”.
Just a quick note to say thank you, Hygge, for this very appealing topic with intriguing examples from both you and Michael. I’ll look through the archives here and hope to find some images to contribute soon.
Nice topic Hygge and nice said Michael. I love that jazz.
It is always fun to find in plane sight cloudy structures that are not seen at first sight.
In The Corners Of Jazz
Love the pun, Hans. I am sure there was a TV cartoon show with planes just like those. It’s a great cloud pic, giving the impression you were up there with them, as I am sure you often are.
And Hans has added poetry to the mix as well as some cool jazz. Oh I do like this new path!
Hiking The Cloud Trail
Aren’t they cute, Keelin, and in the corner to boot.
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