Friday, September 18, 2009

Happy New Year (Shana Tova).

"Der Rebbe Geht Schon Tanzen"

A Yiddish expression for:

"The Rabbi Goes Dancing."

We should all dance, sing, and clap our hands more often for the good things in life.

Discovered the Rabbi in a piece of tree bark. Just enlarged him a bit, fooled around with the lighting, added a bit of paint, and 'Voila.' "Es war baschert," Yiddish for "it was meant to be."

Happy New Year to Everybody!


  1. Happy New Year back! The Rabbi is tree bark?! That would surprise a few of them. This is so clever, and what a great eye you have, to have seen it and brought it to life.

  2. Amazing discovery Doug! :) Kudos to your observant eyes, and super imagination. Your words are so deep they help so much in the visualization part.

  3. How fun to find Celebration in Nature
    thank you for sharing

  4. Thanks, Melissa. One never knows what one will find in tree bark. I appreciate your comments.

    Thanks mucho, Alex. I'm pleased that you like my poems and pics. Thanks for the compliment.

    Ontheroad, nice of you to drop by. Thanks for the holiday wishes.

    Phyllis. How nice. "Celebration in Nature!"