A sharp line, beautiful form, and various colors
Hello RumaLovey pictures , especially the first one !Greetings, Joop
Impressionnant, mais je ne crois pas pouvoir un jour déchiffré ces caractères :)
it's amazing how with a single symbol you can figure out a dozen of images!
The upper part seems "Tsuchi" (=Earth) and the lower it is for sure "Watakushi" (=I). I imagine it may be a person (who moves by himself) plus the world (moving by nature's regulations). Together, the idea of leave.
That reminds me of a bird, with its head down, flying away.
I'm so glad that you wrote me a comment on my blog! Because of this, I could see your work on calligraphy! Fascinates me calligraphy, I really want to learn the art of calligraphy ... I have attempted to draw kanji characters in the style of "Love, " "Faith, " "Honesty, " "Nothing. "Now I have the opportunity to watch your blog. Thank you!
At first, 去 sounded sad to me. But, then I thought people leave, so we can have joy to meet them again. Now it seems deeply hopeful. Thank you!
Impressive work, fabulous!I wish you a happy and healthy 2011, full of your fantastic photos.Hugs from far and hot BrasilTereza
interesting! the upper part looks like a cross, the lower part looks like a sledgehammer :) thanks for sharing.
...el mundo de los simbolos y...sus detalles. Me gusta mucho ésta caligrafía. Saludos.Ramón
Very interesting, I like your blog...
WOW, I am a fan of languages, in fact, I´m studying linguistics and I can´t believe how symbols can represent letters in some languages, words in anothers and entire sentences in others. currently i´m studying Spanish. I travelled to Argentina to be immersed in the culture of the Spanish language and stayed in a hotel boutique in rosario, one of the most important cities. It is interesting to see how different is the Spanish of Argentina compared to all of those from Latin America.Cheers,Rachel
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