Hey Kathleen, what a coincidence you picked that song for me :). Look in the comments on youtube for the name Woolters; that's me. I found it three months ago. And it always makes me smile :).
And a nice midwinterfest to you too :).
I was curious after posting below about the actual locations filmed in "The Last Of the Mohicans". As it turns out, I was right about NC. You may click on link above or cut and paste to your browser to see the precise locations. Many of them are near you, I think.
Jesus, Kathleen the pic is not me, though there is a resemblance, for sure, but I am better looking than he. My nose is nicer!
It is none other than the greatest living actor in the world, Daniel Day-Lewis, resident of the Wicklow Mountains and Oscar winner. This particular pic is from "The Last of the Mohicans". In that film you may see Daniel running throughout the forests of NC (I think) in buckskins. He advised that he had no idea that women would deem him sexually appealing, while doing so. Apparently, he was short-sighted in this regard as he quickly became a sex symbol.
If you have not seen "There Will Be Blood" which is his most recent film, you should do so. I believe that his performance is the best of the past fifty years and may be the best ever. This is one talented person, Kathleen.
Getting chilly here now. Burning bushes, turning red.
Hope all is well. Slante.
Hey Kathleen...I'll take you home AGAIN!
How are you? Wow the summer flew by pretty damned quickly. Seems like just yesterday you were dancing round that May pole.
Sad! But fall is my fav season Crisp days, the aroma of wood stoves, pumpkins and the changing leaves. PA is very beautiful, as is NC, during this time of the year.
The dog and I have been playing frisbee more frequently, so she is pretty happy about that.
Listening to Irish tunes. Hope all is well with you, Kathleen.
hmm, apparently the system's not in a cooperative mood today. It won't display the hyperlinks I add. Anyway, if you want to see pictures of the humppa band, see my previous comment. after the 'here it is again:' there is a hidden link. Move your cursor very close to the right side of the coloun. You'll see it turns into a pointing finger, indicating that there's a hyperlink there.
So there's a little coordination skills test for you :).
I know Spike Jones! I love his song Holiday for Strings. Whenever you're in a bad mood, listen to that song and you'll instantly laugh along. None other but my own girlfriend introduced him to me. He was from the '40 I believe. He made all kinds of parodies on songs he thought too serious.
We had another performance last saturday. Together with a choir and a classical singer. It didn't fit together at all, but we got the audience to their feet.
I see you couldn't open the link I sent you. Here it is again:
Have fun, (you'll see we did)
Thanks for the comments. It's true you don't have these kind of bands in the US, but you do have these wonderful Dixieland or New Orleans Jazz bands, which is nearly the same, although not as "zany" (indeed :) ).
We're not alone though, there are over 2000 of these kind of bands in the Netherlands. Last Saturday we went to a humppa band festival. A day-long performance. We were wrecks at the end.
Here are some pictures: http://picasaweb.google.com/WilhelminaRijssen/WilhelmientjesZutphen12September2009#
My pooch is a Welsh Springer Spaniel. Her name if Myfi (rhymes with spiffy) and her name translates to "my little lovely one" in Welsh. She makes the bad days much better and the good days unforgettable.
My summer is still filled with work which means more travels. Sometimes that is good (like the Sunlight Basin photos) and sometimes not so much. Such is life.
Glad to hear that you seem to be enjoying your summer. Autumn is just around the corner!
Hi Kathleen! How are you? Thank 4 the comment ( Really love this one! What was the inspiration behind this piece?)My friend from England she really love Ophelia by John Everett Millais & John Waterhouse.