Time flies

June 19, 2009

Via Capital’s blog (in Bulgarian) today I came across the time-emotion paradox (in English). Now I got it why time flies faster for me in summertime when not only clocks are melting 🙂


Salvador Dalí, 'Melting Clocks' (1931)

20 June 2009 Some 20+ years after Dalí returned to the theme The Persistence of Memory’ (above) with the variation ‘The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory’  (below).


The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory

What’s in a name? In his Salvador – ‘savior’ [Latin].

3 Responses to “Time flies”

  1. Norod Says:

    Second strike in a row.
    With this painting of Dali I could restart where I commenced yesterday …
    and most probably stop at the same point.
    But this is about Dali and the perception of time.
    Guess all our life is melting time, but you are right:
    the summer sun is definitely melting our clocks faster. 🙂

  2. Rayn@ Says:

    Thanks for your comment, Norod!

    I just updated this post with one more of my Dalí’s favourite paintings.

    You say ‘second strike in a row’. That was a spare 🙂 A post on ‘bowling’ will follow soon – thanks for the idea!

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