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Daniel Weil

You did it again. What a fabulous piece this is. At some point in my teens I bought a book on Gaudi. I fell totally in love with the Casa Batilo. Then my family was in Spain in 1967, driving through Barcelona, and there it was. I about jumped out of the car. What a glorious building. Such creativity, sense of color, sense of form, sense of fun, such energy. And from that the plant discussion. You are, as I have remarked before, wonderful.

Karen A Rexrode

The first question that comes to mind with Gaudi's remarkable work is if he did imitate nature? On my bucket list is a trip to Barcelona to see his Casa Batilo and if I had seen it as a young adult, the outcome of my professional life may have taken a different turn, as it did for you. Thank-you for your comment, your very sweet comment.

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