Thursday, 12 April 2012

Sky Watch, Israel,





So Tzeitel, Tevye's eldest daughter, does not marry Leiser Wolf, the butcher who is much older. She marries the young Mottel. See post of  3rd April about Fiddler on the Roof.


(Father Tevye)
Is this the little girl I carried,
Is this the little boy at play?

(Mother Golde)
I don't remember growing older,
When did they?

(Tevye)
When did she get to be a beauty,
When did he grow to be so tall?

(Golde)
Wasn't it yesterday when they were small?

(men)
Sunrise, sunset (x2),
Swiftly flow the days.

(women)
Seedlings turn overnight to sunflowers,
Blossoming even as we gaze.

(everyone)
Sunrise, sunset (x2),
Swiftly fly the years,
One season following another,

Laiden with happiness and tears.


(Tevye)
What words of wisdom can I give them,
How can I help to ease their way?

(Golde)
Now they must learn from one another,
Day by day.



(everyone)
Sunrise, sunset (x2),
Swiftly fly the years,
One season following another,
Laiden with happiness,
And


 Sky Watch is hosted each week by the Sky Watch team of Sandy, Wren and Sylvia. And this week as every week, we remember Klaus and know that he joins us in spirit! .
It's always a pleasure to participate, and see all the other skies around the world. If you want to see other skies please click on the logo in the side bar. 





















These photos are taken when I was travelling.In Egypt I saw this sunset on the Nile and when I was on my way to Australia in 2008, I saw the sunrise. In July  I hope to travel again to Australia to see my new granddaughter.



22 comments:

Arija said...

You have been having such wonderful adventures Wil.
Hope you enjoy your stay in Australia.

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous skies, Wil, and I love seeing/hearing more of Fiddler on the Roof! Enjoy your time in Australia and have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

ladyfi said...

Gorgeous skies!

HansHB said...

Nice sky, - great post for SkyWatch!
Happy SkyWatch to you!

Steffi said...

Great skies,Wil!Have a nice time in Australia and enjoy your weekend!

Gemma Wiseman said...

So love the song from Fiddler! Always very moving! And beautiful skies - especially the lovely glow and silhouettes in the last photo!

Gary said...

Beautiful skies!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Emille said...

Sunset -Sunrise is one of my favorite songs of Fiddler on the Roof. May your sunset and sunrise be beautiful and happy, Wil!

Kim, USA said...

I love this song. Remind me of my college days. ^_^


SWF

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful post this week, Wil.
We've been away, too, and I had to smile at your choice of song — Dick spent a lot of time on the cruise ship trying to get good sunrise and sunset photos. He likes this song a lot!
Looking forward to baby pictures!
Luv, K

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shots of both the sunrise and sunset. Beautiful choice of song. Thanks for sharing.

George said...

What a beautiful way to celebrate SkyWatch Friday. The song, of course, is wonderful, and your pictures are marvelous.

Marja said...

Beautiful photos and I enjoyed the Fiddler. Very dreamy and emotional.

chubskulit said...

Beautiful sunrise captures Wil!

Sunrise, please come and see when you get a chance. Have a great weekend!

Dina said...

Our singer/guitarist friend sang this song at my son's bar mitsvah luncheon many years ago. It was especially moving then.

Arkansas Patti said...

I love that song and play. How poignant the phrase--

"I don't remember growing older, when did they."

Dianne said...

Sunrise .... Sunset ... Beautiful Will. I must watch that movie again.

Hildred and Charles said...

Great skies, Wil, and such a pleasure to hear the video. Enjoy your holiday in Australia!

Roger Owen Green said...

I first heard Sunrise Sunset on some album out of context, by Robert Goulet, I think. but in the context of the movie, it ALWAYS makes me cry.

Cloudia said...

*tears*


Warm Aloha from Waikiki, Dear Wil
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Ann said...

I enjoyed watching Fiddler on the roof. They came to Auckland a few years ago.

Marie said...

That has always been one of my favorite song...probably most people would say the same. It's such a poignant story!