Saturday, July 4, 2020

Sunday Muse #115

Champagne, 1920s. Atelier Manasse was a legendary Austrian photo studio that captured the golden age of cinema and cabaret in Vienna of the 1920’s and 1930’s. The studio, active in Vienna between 1922 and 1938.   
A wonderful picture from the roaring 20's.  I wonder what photos they will have for the 2020's?

Well, hello fabulous Musers!  I hope everyone is doing well.  Here is another image for your musing inspiration.
Wishing everyone a safe 4th of July weekend, home with the ones you love.
Now we are ready for the usual shpeel:

Look/write/share/link/visit others along the way/ & have fun everyone!

21 comments:

  1. We're supposed to write a poem about snorkeling gin??

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  2. Candid Candice, else known as The Cat, lowers her head to the rim of the glass. It holds the last champagne. She insisted, as always, on a clean glass, the table wiped.

    The Mister, else known as The Mistral, has been and gone not leaving a trace. Not a scent. Not even. No evidence of his having been (with her). Ever. The morning will break soon.

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    1. Love this mysterious and cool poem Petru! Glad you joined in. You can always link as well to your blog if you have one in the Mr Linky.

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  3. Hi folks, this image brought back memories. My childhood was peopled with adults falling into their glasses..........will try to find some words. Have gone pretty quiet of late. Am okay, just.....quiet.

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    1. Sometimes quiet speaks volumes my friend. We have missed you so much when you are not here. I do understand the feelings on the image. I have not written mine yet. I do love the possibilities the image could bring in writing though. Hope to see you back Sherry. Wishing you peace and sending hugs. 🌻😊

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  4. I have submitted an incorrect poem..Please delete...will try again, Good prompt. I enjoyed writing to this one. HAPPY INDEPENDANCE DAY

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    1. I will summon The expert Shay for the link deletion Cressida. Glad you joined us for the Muse! 🤩

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    2. Thanks bunches Shay!! 💐💐

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  5. Taking a Poetry Matters break but I am going to have to save this great image and write to it come September! Happy 4th of July!

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    1. Thank you 🎉😊 I look forward to readin it then dear Helen. Have a safe 4th my friend.

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  6. https://joem18b.wordpress.com/2020/07/04/haiku-507/

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    1. Thank you Susie! I was captivated by it instantly. 🤩

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    1. No apologies ever needed for posting later. Gives us something to look forward to. 🤩

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