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Pietro Brosio Gallery



"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.

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February 6, 2010

Plaitings




"The aim of music is not to express feelings but to express music. It is not a vessel into which the composer distills his soul drop by drop, but a labyrinth with no beginning and no end, full of new paths to discover, where mystery remains eternal"
Pierre Boulez

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Comments: 38


Gabry
Curiose queste tue foto Pietro, dove i rami di quest'albero esprimono tutta la sua grandiosità.

Un abbraccio Pietro e buon week-end!
pierangela
ciao Pietro, buon week-end
Dina
A strange and mysterious tree.
Those smaller supple branches look like they could be plaited.
Nice how you tie it in to the music quotation.
This Is My Blog - fishing guy
Pietro: Beautiful photos of the tree, music can sooth the soul.
Sylvia K
Ciao Pietro, what terrific photos of such an interesting tree!! Love the connection you've made with the music quote! Lovely words! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia
amatamari©
Very nice this series, and particular: smells of winter even the gray sky ...
Thanks for sharing!
:-)
Mariposa
what tree is this? it's so beautiful. i love the way it flows! hope you had a wonderful weekend~
Lily Hydrangea
I love this beautifully designed Winter shot Pietro.
These gnarly branches are so cool!
Nicolanondoc
Ragnatela di rami o labirinto...forse creazione di un albero capovolto? Immagini suggestive Pietro, complimenti.
Buona domenica :-)
Gabry
Buona Domenica anche a te Pietro!
SandyCarlson
I love the quote. Art is art, not therapy.

These branches flow like a waterfall, Pietro. So much life in this space.
Luma Rosa
Beautiful association and photographs wastelands! Music can limit the feelings, but it does not limit the thoughts, these fly, as well as the branches of a tree always tend to reach the sky.

Bom fim de semana! Beijus,
Nihal
Good afternoon Pietro,
Exquisite! My very first time to see such a beautiful young woman in wonderful knitted dress on gray, oh so cool!

I totally agree on the music. Different points of view according to everyone, I think. For me, it's a wonderful world like this community and my real life:)

By the way, what music (or which singer/s) you are up to listening these days, could you share if you don't mind? As stated, I'm for Vivaldi and Four Season these days, I love V so much:)
Mike
Amazing and curious!
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Gabry
Buongiorno Pietro e buon inizio settimana !
Photo Cache
beautiful. reminds me of the whomping willow tree from harry potter. what a marvelous capture.

have a great week.
pierangela
ciao Pietro, buon inizio settimana.




ps: mi sono regalata un obbiettivo Nikon 50mm f 1,8 con attacco compatibile all'analogica ed alla reflex, un gioiellino, appena mi riprendo dall'attacco di mal di schiena lo proverò su tutte due le fotocamere.
Bhavesh Chhatbar
What a perfect title; beautiful takes!

The Day
The Blonde Duck
That is so cool!
Paz
this is beautiful and intriguing.

paz
Carletta
Many long fingers reaching out to find the notes. :)
Love these Pietro and the title!
riri
Ciao Pietro, buon martedi,oggi è incerto il tempo (tra neve e pioggia:-) ci ha sfiancati!!
Il tuo albero è ricchissimo, lo immagino a primavera quando ospiterà qualche nido:-) Cordialità
the donG
wow! we actually encountered trees like that in one of the islands here. but this one is quite large making it very beautiful even without the leaves.
The Blonde Duck
Maybe the winged pig will come visit you for V-day...
KRIS JASPER
Is it coz it's Winter?
MedaM
The tree looks really impressive and with its bare branches somehow mysterious. Fantastic photos you have taken of it.
Regina
A beautiful bare tree looks like painting.
Love the quotes too.

Awesome Pietro!
pierangela
ciao Pietro, buona giornata.
sonia a. mascaro
What a fantastic tree, Pietro! Just amazing pictures!
I like the quote of Pierre Boulez too.

Have a nice day!
Nihal
Hi again Pietro,
Thanks for our conversation. Got a few thoughts to share now.
In fact I'd have guessed my very first old-fashioned (fixed) pc stayed for a lifelong. With early 2000's I bought two l/tops. Now at home they're two. The oldest one stays aside and rarely I use it for my archieve purpose, etc. Mobile communication is great, and I cannot stand way behind because current software industry commands, not offers:)

Best wishes from rainy chilly town.
The Blonde Duck
I do want to go to Italy. That will be on my next list of places to go.
Ferreira-Pinto
This is a very curious tree indeed and you certainly captured all it's mysterious ways, specially on the first photo.
Great quote also.
louisebah
wow, that's brilliant how you've framed the tree branches and created an enigmatic look! bravo!
Evelyn Howard
These are really lovely shots
Louis la Vache
The gnarled branches are an interesting subject and «Louis» really likes the Pierre Boulez quote.
Trotter
Wonderful shots!!
Joy
Such interesting tree branches!

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