49 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday: One Sweet Dream

  1. Dear Rob,

    You just made my day with the radiant sunflower and a personal favourite by the Beatles.

    I’ve seen the other video versions of “Here comes the sun”
    This one was new to me and I loved it and like how.

    Thanks for making your birthday week so bright-sprity. :)))

    Have a blessed life always Rob. And love all your link ups for our #WordlessWednesday linky party. We did miss you around here.

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  2. Love the sunflower. They are indeed the sun.

    I love the video too. I was very young when this came out.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. πŸ™‚

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  3. Rob,

    Lovely photograph and an excellent song to accompany your work. Feel free to join my #WildWednesdays linky party and if you are music lover, then consider hitting the dance floor with me and the rest of the Monday’s Mewsic Moves Me, crowd. Have a wonderful not-so-Wordless Wednesday!

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  4. Striking sunflower Rob – love the bold colours. For some reason, I couldn’t open the video but I searched for the remastered 2019 version and found it. George and the Beatles continue to live on!

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    1. All Things Must Pass is great music. Yeah, Harrison was underrated. The people the ‘Beatles’ have hired to repackage their work are doing a great job of capturing the feeling of a performance. This video is an interesting mix of freshness and nostalgia.

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      1. I was thinking that the Beatles did their best work before they were thirty, and their best work is inspired by the literary techniques introduced by Rimbaud.

        Rimbaud was a French poet who wrote all of his poems before the age of 18.

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