Ese’s Shoot and Quote Challenge: Bare, from Shakespeare to James Bond.

“That time of year thou mayst in me behold
When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang
Upon those boughs which shake against the cold,
Bare ruin’d choirs, where late the sweet birds sang.” ~ William Shakespeare, Sonnet 73


Just for fun, here is a snatch of conversation from the James Bond movie ‘You only live twice’.

“You know what it is about you that fascinates them, don’t you? It’s the hair on your chest. Japanese men all have beautiful bare skin.” ~ Tiger Tanaka

“Japanese proverb say, “Bird never make nest in bare tree.”” ~ James Bond


See more entries for Ese’s Weekly Shoot and Quote Challenge.

46 comments on “Ese’s Shoot and Quote Challenge: Bare, from Shakespeare to James Bond.

  1. Such stunning shots Sylvia. I just love it and the quote is so fitting. Thanks for sharing hon. Great entry for Ese’s challenge. πŸ˜€ *hugs*

  2. Don’t you just love how nature makes use of EVERYTHING! If that were in a yard we would cut it down!

    • Hehehe…….it’s amazing how some comment threads progress. I’m intrigued about your hairy chest experience, but of course I don’t expect you to share. Some things are best left in the archives. πŸ˜•

  3. Beautiful pictures of the bare trees, Sylvia. They’re really right around the corner; a couple of months of beautiful fall leaves, and then back to bare trees for the winter. I can’t wait as I haven’t experienced winter in two years! Love the James Bond quotes. πŸ™‚

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