secret of the durable foundation

Once upon a time there were graphics in the caves... The stone was the durable foundation. Thus it's no wonder the human dawn still address oneself to modern-day spectators. The fine arts still reflect our consciousness and direct our smiles, raise the same questions.Just look at the picture below

Note the  fabric of the picture. Brown paper on the left melts into the stone wall on the right. What does that mean? What makes the macrobiosis of our writings? Is that the artistic materials, or our  attitude towards life and other nearby?
This much is certain...  Carleen, who host Life, Liberty and Good Coffee,  recently honored me with the award you see below

I greatly appreciate that and will try to remain worthy it - I want to pass this award to each of you, who left though one comment on the posts of others (or are going to do that).
Thank you, dear Carleen.

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PTaubman said...

I love your pictures and your thoughts! Meister Eckhart said, "If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, "thank you," that would suffice."

Thanks for the blog!


Comedy Plus said...

It's very beautiful. All your work is always beautiful.

Congratulations on your award and thanks for passing it along to me.

Have a terrific day. :)

Trina said...

You truly Deserve the Lovely Blog Award! I enjoy your photos and art work every time I visit, they are so peaceful and beautiful!

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Comedy Plus said...

Hi Tomas - As you've requested I've added this site to my Link Exchange on my sidebar. Thanks for asking.

Have a terrific day. :)

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Such beautiful images, Tomas!!! You have a great artistic eye.

Blessings! JJ

Tomas said...

Thank you

Rolly said...

Nice photo and I like the inscription. And you deserved that award.

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Lin said...

Hey, Tomas--Thanks for following over at Duck and Wheel! Welcome!! I noticed that you are from Lithuania--my family history is from there, so now I can brag that ( I have an honest-to-goodness blog pally from the homeland!! :) Labas! Uh, that's about all the Lithuanian I know.

Carleen said...

Tomas, I think that people leave impressions of the world around them through art. You asked, "Is that the artistic materials, or our attitude towards life and other nearby?" My answer would be that it is a combination of all of them. If you removed a color or changed the texture, then the piece of art would be completely different and have another meaning. That is what makes art so amazing, I think.