I really don't know, Antje...
Sometimes 'the light you see at the end of the tunnel is the front of an oncoming train', so I hope i'm not in the tunnel at all, but rather in some unfamiliar place that takes time to get used to. I still have trouble to believe, that summer is really gone - what a bummer! :)
Looking at the size of him if he said jump into the river, I think I would say Yes Sir :-) L&F
A wonderful capture, David, of one of my favorite pastimes! Like
A pleasure of 'people watching' must be incomparable in the atmosphere of Venice - place that at times feels outside dimensions of time and reality. And what better moment, than after the rain - in the freshly washed stones, reflections of the magnificent outlines, and 'brownian motion' of human masses, with their characters, colors, shapes, energies...
Well seen, done, remembered, David!
Warm regards - B.
Do I mind, Ed?! It only makes me very happy - you've chosen the 'blue one' to be your 'closing' screen very cleverly - that's exactly what it's about :)
The words flow easily , wrapped in luminescent fog of ambiguity - I find them refreshingly comforting and stimulating in a 'healthy way'... It's a lucky happenstance, that you, In-My-Tracksuit With-The-Sneakers, were passing by these shores, to take note of this little etude, since with time, it became one of my favorites too :)
Раз краска испаряется, в палитре - все преимущества vintage:
сценическая археология поразительной расточительности : ))
Best wishes, In-My-Tracksuit With-The-Sneakers.
Yes, Boris... the 'wheel of Life' never stands still. Things change, sometimes to the better and sometimes not. But after winter always comes spring, that's for sure! :)
Many thanks, zhsv, I appreciate your compliment very much; regards to you also, ~ David.
Hi Amelia, really stood there for a while to enjoy the view, though i walked there a thousand times before to go to my job.....