Saturday, September 17, 2022

Sunday Muse #228

You have arrived at another week at the Muse, and I am so happy you did!  I am sure you can see the running theme here.  Venture through the vintage images and choose the one that speaks the loudest to your muse.  I look forward to seeing where they lead you!

Have fun everyone!

❤ Carrie

Theda Bara in Cleopatra 1917


Louise Brooks, fashion icon of the 1920's

 Ballerina Sofia Fedorova

Pina Bausch

Julie Newmar

Lisa Fonssagrives standing on the Eiffel Tower taken by Erwin Blumenfeld

Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt


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14 comments:

  1. Love these jazz age images Carrie — damned cool!! πŸ‘πŸΌ Wrote a little ditty to keep the spirit you set here. πŸ™‚✌🏼❤️

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    1. I am sure it is a cool write Rob! I will be by in a few hours to read yours and others once I get mine sorted out. Have a fabulous Saturday my friend!

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  2. Have a blessed Saturday everyone! πŸ¦‹πŸŒ»πŸ’«πŸ✍️☕πŸ€“

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  3. Pina Bausch (I looked her up, never before having heard of her) and Julie (the Catwoman) Newmar, are so recent, compared to the others.¬

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  4. I have a couple recurring characters (Alfred B. Davenport and Lena Montego) who can so fit perfectly into this world¬

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    1. Hey Larry, (I think this is Larry?.) I look forward to seeing what you write for this one. Yes Newmar is newer than some of the other pics. I came across her when searching and decided to go with that image. We will see where she leads some in words. Have a great weekend my friend!

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  5. I am a woman of German descent, as was Ms. Pina Bausch, whose history thoroughly intrigued me .... Happy Weekend all.

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    1. ...and a beautiful one at that....you of course! She is totally gorgeous too! So glad you are here my friend!

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  6. I wrote for the image of Sofia Federova in her Gypsy garb, but on Wordpress i could not figure out how to add the image. Also, I tried to link back to Muse and that didn't take, either, though the attribution is there.

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    1. ps--I finally got the link to work, at least.

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    2. It turned out wonderful Shay! It does not have to have the picture at all. I noticed that Qbit never puts an image, and it always works well, so no worries. It is a lovely poem by the way!

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  7. Luv the images. happy Sunday everyone

    muchπŸ’›love

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    1. Glad you like them Gillena. Have a wonderful week.

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  8. Hi Carrie and Musers, a late contribution to this week-end's prompts, but so happy to have made it. It was difficult to choose which image to go with, but I got there in the end. Looking forward to reading which image took you.

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