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  1. May I use this wonderful image for my Valentine’s Day post on Literary Life? I truly appreciate your generosity. I have credited you by name but if you also would like for me to include a few sentences about yourself and your blog, just let me know.

    Rick

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    • Hi Rick….and thank you, I really feel honoured to see my picture on your amazing blog…if you want you can add that I’m a german-based artist and photographer with a passion for surrealism.
      Best,
      Josephine.

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      • That wonderful, and thank you. The picture will be perfect for the Valentine’s Day post. I hope you think so to after you read it. Your work is truly extraordinary and I will use it more with the extra description you suggested. If you like, you can also reach me at this email address. Rcwilcox_private@msn.com

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  2. The portrayal of this article photo speaks to me. Truthfully this picture tells many different things to me

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  3. Thanks for your recent visit to my blog.
    Your work is fascinating – and happily for me very relevant to some current research.

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  4. OMG! I love this. It’s so Rene Magritte, one of my favorite artists of all times. Thanks for visiting my humble blog recently. I’m in the presence of greatness here! πŸ™‚

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      • Yes! Yes! Joseph Cotten! I knew it. He was a good not so popular actor back then. A few Hitchcock movies, maybe? And the young girl/woman on the left? (We will have plenty to talk about) πŸ™‚

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      • I vaguely remember her, but she worked with some of the best directors. She was exactly my father’s age. A “classic” actress. πŸ™‚

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      • I found a second-hand-shop in Munich for DVDs, vinyl records and CDs. They have a really interesting choice of films that invites to browse…

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      • It’s one thing I noticed in Europe, at least Paris: people still buy dvd’s. πŸ˜‰
        Has Oktoberfest started already? (Totally unrelated subjects…)

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      • Yes, Oktoberfest started last Saturday at 12.00 noon. Many people there. I love the roasted almonds and candy floss… ;-))

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      • But no the beer? πŸ˜‰
        (Can you believe the only Oktobrefest I’ve been to was in the US. On campus. πŸ™‚

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      • That is unusual. But I’m with you all the way. I don’t mind the occasional (german or belgian) beer, but I’m a wine person. Burgundy, Beaujolais, Morgon, Gamay… πŸ˜‰

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      • That’s great! Actually I love the ‘Amarone’….and our favourite wine shop has now the ‘Garrafeira 2011 Alentejo’ (Visconte de Borba) which is absolutely recommendable… ;-))

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      • Amarone? (Looked it up) from Venetia? Sounds nice. Will have to try it some day. Bon week-end. And a good glass of wine. πŸ™‚

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      • Actually I have the Amarone ‘della Valpolicella classico La Dama 2011’ produced in Italy. Have a beautiful week-end as well! πŸ™‚

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      • Hichcock films are unbeatable. Furthermore I’ve just watched some films of Orson Welles: ‘The Magnificent Ambersons’ (1942) and ‘The Stranger’ (1946). Especially ‘The Stranger’ is a really good film with heart-stopping scenes.

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      • I’ve not seen “The Stranger” yet, and not always a total film noir fan, but — that will be a great idea for this winter, when I’m home–get the DVD’s and have a Welles film festival.

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      • Wonderful idea! Film noir – do you know “Elevator to the Gallow” with Miles Davies and Jeanne Moreau? A french film noir, 1958. Highly recommandable. For people having strong nerves…. πŸ˜‰

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      • I will add “Elevator” to my film festival, thank you. My grandfather has talked a lot about one of his cousins, Syd Boehm, (I never met him, he died a few years before I was born) who was scriptwriter for “The Big Heat” (Fritz Lang) , “Violent Saturday” (kind of pulp), etc. “Heat” is pretty good.

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      • I heard about ‘big heat’ but didn’t see it yet. I will do as soon as possible… Fritz Lang is also one of my favorite filmmakers.

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