Unmistakably him. The quote is excellent though I think both are necessary.
Lovely quote, and a very striking sculpture! I'm trying to instill creativity and imagination into my English students :)Duncan In Kuantan
Interesante lo que nos cuentas de Einstein y el cono de helado.Bonita foto. Un saludo, Ángel
He's a person that has changed everyone's lives.
I love this sculpture. Fun to see his house again too. He got around, didn't he. Good quote!
i probably would have done the same thing, buy an ice cream cone :)nice sculpture of him!
Buy an ice cream cone..? Now we're talking', even great minds need the good things in life haha! I love the rough texture of this sculpture Lulu, it's 'different' like the man himself.
Wonderful quote, but I do think if you have no knowledge your imagination is severely limited. :)
What a fantastic bust. So lifelike, it really has captured him to a tee!
Thanks everyone - I like the bust's likeness too (and the ice cream anecdote), but agree with many of you that imagination and knowledge are both important!
Have always loved that quote! Still find it fascinating how you can pass his old residence any time you want...
You need imagination to take the limits off and use your knowledge to its fullest extent. Great man. Who knew he was an ice cream fan? Good to know.
Great sculpture. I like the expression on his face.
ooh, what a quote from one of the greatest minds! but it would be hard to have imagination without some knowledge, right?
This is such a neat picture! Amazing quote.www.modernworld4.blogspot.com
Great Man!I saw his house in Berns.
Buying an ice cream? Genius!
This is a cool bust. I would be trying many different angles if I were there. Then I would get an ice cream cone.
There are a lot of great quotes from Einstein,I like this one too.I didn't know that he liked icecream. In my mind there is always a picture of him sitting in a sailboat.
and rarely wore socks!"I have reached an age when, if someone tells me to wear socks, I don't have to." Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Quite a bust of the great man!
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