Wuthering Heights at ground level


Heaven is a place on earth sang lovely Belinda Carlisle years ago
heaven or the sky in fact sometimes reach the earth or more often the sea
when the sky becomes heavy and the sea airy
so that they collide in a dance looks like erotic/mating dance
a dance similar to the elephant dance in a chinese porcelain shop.

You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
love like you’ll never be hurt,
sing like there’s nobody listening,
and live like it’s heaven on earth
(William W. Purkey)

Inspirations from the absolutely worth visiting blog of Paula
Thursdays Special“- theme “Closer to heaven

31 tanker om “Wuthering Heights at ground level

  1. Hopefully you have not been to the seaside today to take this picture. There is no reason risking your life 😯 😉
    Love the quote by William W. Purkey
    All the best from a storm-swept Denmark.

    • #.hanna
      Yeah, I wasn’t offshore here – not at all… 🙂

      It looks worse than it’s was… 😉

      Håber at I har fået “luftet ud” hjemme i Danmark
      og alle er landet med fødderne på jorden igen… 🙂

        • Ja det ser man jo tit især i fjorde at vandet bliver enten presset op i dem – eller næsten endnu værre presset væk for så at vende tilbage senere med voldsom kraft – naturen kan være idyllisk, meeeen også sommetider sætte på plads hvem der er stærkest når det kommer til stykket…

  2. Terrifying scene… Great shot! does the storm last through the winter? William W. Purkey’s quote made me smile. Have a great day, Drake 🙂

  3. Wow!! Where did you take this one, Drake? I am so happy with your contribution and the mention of the song.. I remember hearing the same lyrics from another singer’s mouth (different song), but I can’t recall which one. This picture is very intriguing and I want to know the details 🙂 THANK YOU for this entry 🙂

    • #.paula
      Thanks a lot, so glad you like it – really appreciates… 🙂

      It’s the Irish Sea (again) at the edge between nortern Wales and northern England – a very inspiring (in my eyes) place – an all year spot, with very much changes during the year… 🙂

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  5. Wonderful post!! Marvellous photo and poetic words: standing ovation for you Drake! Yes, that situation is extraordinary and fascinating as you told so well.. I remember that song which was the soundtrack of some summers of mine, years ago (unfortunately 😦 ) . Thanks for this sharing.
    P.S. The tv news have just said that a terrible storm is arriving to Denmark.. I hope they’re wrong for you…

    • #.laura
      Thanks a lot, so glad you like it
      – really appreciate your much too kind words… 🙂

      Yeah the 2nd storm in Denmark the last month – even both were bad, so they weren’t that bad as some other places around the world – Denmark mostly a peacefully place – okay it’s easy to say for me, when I’m in Liverpool UK… 🙂

    • #.jan masyn
      Thanks, really appreciates… 🙂

      Yeah it’s all mine – a wonderful place at the edge between nortern Wales and northwestern England – the Irish Sea is amazing and the coast line too… 🙂

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