251: PulchritudePosted: June 1, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, Adventures in art, Adventures in Life, Air, Critters, Earth, Fire, garden, gardening, home, nature, Photography, pond, Quotes, Spirit, Spring, Walking, wandering, water, winter | Tags: Allen Tucker, Beauty, damselfly, dragonfly, Flower, Margaret Prescott Montague, Oriah, Peony, Photography, pond, postaday2011, Rhododendron, Timothy Ray Miller 39 Comments
Pulchritude has to be one of the oddest words for beauty I have ever seen or heard. There are so many other words that I think say it better, and I often wonder if anyone ever uses the word pulchritude and if so, what would be the occasion for using it? It’s all a matter of perception, I suppose. There are some out there who probably adore the word pulchritude. Beauty is, they say, in the eye of the beholder.