tradition vs. modernity

If you want, that people show respect and attention to you, then you need a traditional outfit with a so called millstone collar. My friend Akbar Simonse in The Netherlands likes to wear such a dress – and my cat Emily by my side too, if she is listening to one of my stupid guitar arrangements – then she likes to demonstrate, that she is permanently focused on classical traditions – when I’m playing modern pop shit on my electric guitar (instead of using an old Spanish guitar, built 1700).
GOLDEN AGE ME
title=”GOLDEN AGE ME” – uploaded by Akbar Simonse, (photo by Bert)- click on the portrait to enter Akbar’s galleries on Flickr
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below: me and my cat Emily (also with millstone collar), sharing the same bench:

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15 responses to “tradition vs. modernity

  1. akbarsim

    Nowadays, the collar is smaller and the beard is longer….:-)

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  2. You made me smile… Your cat Emily is a lucky one, never gets bored with you :) I loved this post too. Thank you dear Frizz and dear Emily! Blessing and Happiness to you all, love, nia

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  3. The collar – perhaps an excuse for those who can not tie a tie or bow tie… ;-)

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  4. Enjoyed the music along with my morning coffee, but don’t think I am a collar kind of guy!

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  5. Wonderful portrait! I really enjoyed the morning music too. So glad I don’t have to choose, because I enjoyed them both. (If I knew where to get or make a collar like that, I would have a historical costume dinner party.)

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  6. Akbar’s head looks like it’s floating in mid air! excellent photo.

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  7. I’ve always wondered about the name of those collars and I have been too lazy and forgetful to look it up. Now I have the answer. Thanks, Frizz.

    P.S. I like your guitar-work also.

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  8. Amy

    Listening our guitar playing is always treat weather it’s in the morning or evening! Thanks, Frizz! ”GOLDEN AGE ME”… :D

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  9. Thanks Frizz- it look cumbersome :)

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  10. the guitar snippet was just perfect for that ending! i keep forgetting to mention that the room looks so happy! i love all of the vibrant colors, and the great art!!! z

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  11. Wonderful guitar playing!

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  12. Striking portrait and great guitar work Frizz :-)

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