This is so beautiful.
I enjoyed the ride!
I love it.
There’s so much in it that I appreciate.
Public mobility by electricity.
Trains as open spaces, places to meet, to gently mix with other people.
People, drawn as antropomorphic cats.
Places where cities blend in the countryside, in what is no more urban. The most beautiful places. Keystones of balance of life on earth.
Iron wood and stone.
Doors. Last doors to the wild.
Drawings. Drawings by pencil. The white of paper. A certain architectural knowledge, and imagination in using it.
Relaxing sound of woods.
The feeling of what’s underneath the surface of the earth, in the feeling of white of paper.
There’s no sky, but it felt there was all to let every sky be nice.
A little portion of a world to explore, only for the sake of exploring.
It stops just a stop before falling silly in the melancholy of Arts and Crafts.
I don’t have the slightest idea of what it can be used for.
But it made me happy like a child.
Thank you Low.
These are interesting suggestions for next readings…
I’ve to finish Moby Dick first. I had an edition from the early sixties, the first translation, a valuable book that smelled a little like the sea. Unfortunately someone stole my luggage with it on a stop on my way back from the summer vacation… I have to wander for some book market to look for an edition that have the same appeal…
Just hope they will enjoy the book as I did. At least, a less common way of book sharing…