Monday, March 31, 2014

Seeking the Muse, Honolulu Chinatown

A   L   O   H   A  !
Is This My Beloved Chinatown?

" Those who cannot 
change their minds 
cannot change 
anything. "


George Bernard Shaw









All Signs Point to "Yes"

" When 
a true genius appears, 
you can know her 
by this sign: that all 
the dunces 
are in a confederacy 
against her. "


Jonathan Swift 








Mountains 

Still There










Corrugated Awnings - 

Much Remains the Same












Old Faces Do Hang About.

 He's an "Old Gangsta"

See His forehead?








Have You Ladies Seen 
La Muse of Chinatown?

(The eyes looking upward are 
watching my hands take this shot, see?)











Has ANY-BUNNY 

Seen La Muse?

[Nice Spring Kimono]








Even Maneki-Neko

"Beckoning Cat" 

Has New Attitude.

[and some fishy new pals]






As Always There Were 

Hints of Magic & Inspiration.

She Has Been Here -











I Loved 

This Golden Typewriter









When I Downloaded These Pics 

I Found

She Had Been With Me

All Along!


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                                     Warmly, cloudia


Chorus

19 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

You live in such a fascinating placeCloudia.

Linnea said...

Great tour! I always try to visit Chinatown when I'm in a new city if they have one. Thanks for stopping by.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

What a lovely collection of photos!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Enjoyed this and last post so much Cloudia, the images are so much fun and the words wise. Love to visit China Town on my travels.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I love to visit Chinatowns! Your Images were a delight.

Charles Gramlich said...

Dunces sure do have a lot of power in our world it seems.

TexWisGirl said...

an interesting place!

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful that blog, love it.

Teresa said...

Window shopping... How fun!

Cloudia said...

Your visits mean the world to me. ♥

Elephant's Child said...

I find it hard to believe that you and your muse are ever separated. Or not for long anyway.

William Kendall said...

That is indeed an ancient looking typewriter!

Anonymous said...

I'm blooming again to try youth again! The window Muse wears nothing in a town full of layered kimonos? Must walk around Chinatown more the next trip.
Soaring green mountains behind a little city is not seen in Kansas...DrumMajor

Cloudia said...

Thanks, 3 amigos!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I'm sure Pixie would like you to bring her some fishie friends!

;-)

ladyfi said...

What lovely lamps and lampposts! And a very cool 'gangsta'!

Karen S. said...

Oh yes, I do see! You have mused me well with these photos, loving that wee little bunny too. Your mojo rocks so well for my whinny soul today, that I must go back over this post again!

Karen S. said...

I do enjoy the beauty in photo one, and it brings the thought to why in our malls (actually everywhere lately here in Minnesota) our girls and boys in windows have NO heads! I hate it! Yikes we've lost our heads!

Karen S. said...

I love having my muse alive! I often wonder why Minneapolis doesn't have a true Chinatown? It's a mystery to me.