Friday, 1 June 2018

Something different!

Discovered this Lady on YouTube at the weekend, Helene Fischer who was born in Russia and when young along with her parents moved to Germany.
This young women is a big hit in her country of Germany but does sing in English at times...a magnificent voice indeed, so I wish to share this video with those that would like to listen and watch it..
Helene was given a beautiful voice and she uses it well..

The song in this video is Hallelujah.




Below photo was taken at Bridport on the north east coast of Tasmania late summer.
The orange on the rocks is lichen which goes from Mount William National Park (the northern end) to the Bay of Fires about midway down the east coast of Tasmania.


28 comments:

  1. I find the lichens in the rocks enchantingly beautiful - the singer not so much!

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    1. I like her rendition of Hallelujah which was composed by the great Canadian singer and composer Leonard Cohen.

      I have never seen rocks like that. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to see a pic of them. :)

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    2. Hopefully you will get to see the lichen on the rocks in the future.

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    3. Catarina, it is lovely how she sings it.
      Leonard Cohen was a wonderful composer and mostly I like his lyrics and melody's.

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  2. The music is not for me - though she does have a beautiful voice.
    Love, love, love the lichen though.

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    1. Nature with the lichen, will post more photos later in the year.

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  3. Me gusta mucho la música. Esta chica tiene muy buena voz y mucha sensibilidad interpretando.

    Son muy interesantes las rocas que had capturado.

    Besos

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    1. Helene does sing well with great feeling, have found this by listening to some of her other songs.

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  4. Looks a bit like Marilyn Monroe attire when she sang that "Famous" Happy
    Birthday Mr. President to JFK.
    I don't think Jackie was over amused - ha ha.

    Interesting rock colour - may be highlighted by the David Attenborough show on Sunday night.

    I think the Cat Woman attire may be attributed to Ashleigh Barty's loss - ha ha!
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Helene is certainly not like Marilyn, well not in my book anyway in looks and singing..
      Looking forward to David Attenborough should imagine the photography will be something to die for..

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  5. Such a beautiful song and an equally beautiful version. I adore k.d. lang singing this wonderful song, and was playing it only a couple of days ago.

    The song certainly stirs one's emotion as so many others of Leonard Cohen's do.

    Wonderful colours in those rocks.

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    1. Marvellous was Leonard Cohen, and you are correct regarding his songs.
      I like K.D Lang singing it also and that was sung at a funeral I went to last week, very emotional.

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  6. The orange rocks are beautiful!! There are many things in Australia which are not available anywhere in the world!

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    1. So very true, must post some more photos of the orange rocks later in the year.

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  7. Very nice indeed and good to bring the choir in part way through. Did you read Cro's post about the red lichen on his urn?

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    1. No I didn't read that, must look for it.
      Helene sings to me beautifully, her voice is not for everyone though but she fills a stadium in her country.

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  8. So very true, must post some more photos of the orange rocks later in the year.winwin football

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  9. Imagine the setting sun lighting up that lichen, the rocks would be 'on fire'

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    1. Would be amazing, never seen the sunset on them yet, they are in the east and I'm not aware of any being in the west, just take special note next time I visit that area..

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  10. Hello Margaret,
    Nice video of this singer.
    The shot of the rocks along the Tasmania coast is so nice.
    Wonderful.

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  11. A lovely video ...
    Love the colour of that lichen, so unusual.

    Happy June Wishes.

    All the best Jan

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