Sunday, March 20, 2016

SPRING IS HERE

It's that time again for nature to start waking up, the warmer temperatures, and a explosion of color... and for the love in the air to stir things.....
 
 
And if you don't believe nature has drama just witness the Silly Symphony.....


29 comments:

  1. When i saw this as a kid i wanted to live in a forest where the flowers and trees danced.

    Yup, born gay.

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  2. I wish I could say Happy Spring. My sinuses think otherwise. :-(

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  3. methinks we need more sunshine, mistress; what a gloomy day today! :(

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    1. You two just need to relax and get well. Have more gin!

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  4. What a,way to welcome the Spring Equinox! I absolutely love these mini cartoons.

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  5. These old Silly Symphonies are so better then new cartoons. I do remember seeing these when I was little. It's a nice memory of my childhood, and they make life much more happy, don't you agree? This one featured the wedding march by Felix Mendelssohn. Another reason they were gems, the music. Happy Spring Mistress. You certainly added to my Sunday morning.

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    1. They were so cool, because eberyday objects and things would have life. This new generation would never enjoy them. There used to super hero or violent things now.

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  6. Trying watching that with a bloody Mary! Here I though I was seeing things. I could create some of these in my mind. Hell in my haze I do see these things.

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  7. The tree couple is beyond adorable! A charming way to greet spring mistress.

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  8. oh yes, the mushroom heads will be swaying in the breeze.

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    1. You mean your mushroom head doesn't blow in the breeze?

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  9. This was the first Silly Symphony I ever watched. Of course this was made long before I was born. My late mother always showed me old works by Disney. Nice memories. Happy Spring

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  10. Thanks for putting this classic up! Really love these classics. Cartoons back then weren't just for the kids.

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    1. Just a lap or two around the ole gin bath......

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  12. So THATS how some forest fires start....scorned love. Odd that the driest tree in the forest started the fire.

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  13. You've posted one of my all-time favorite Silly Symphonies!! (I'm a huge SS fan)
    Mucho Gracias - - and welcome to spring!

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    1. Me too! I love that these everyday objects come to life and the music is so nice to hear. They are magical........

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  14. these silly symphonies are what it must be like to be in the mind of the mistress.

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  15. What a fun clip! The craftsmanship,love and effort that went into these few minutes is nothing short of amazing. I don't know why no station ever runs these in small clips anymore. They were simple yet entertaining.

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  16. Happy Spring to you too! I love these old gems. A fun fact-This was the first cartoon to ever win an Oscar, and the first to be painted in color.

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  17. As a architectural landscapists I may now just be more cautious how much grooming I do on trees and bushes. I had no idea.

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  18. The mushrooms popped up quite phallically. Talk about the Rites of Spring!

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  19. "Spring. The time of year a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of love." Such a lovely, poetic way of saying men are overly horny, ready to fuck anything that walks on two legs. LOL. Hope you had a terrific weekend.
    BTW - Should our paths cross in life, you are more than welcome to view the whole me swaying in the breeze.

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