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 🙂

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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).

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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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