songs about roving, rambling and plain hard luck & photography from the other side …

trying to find me something

© Ostkreuz platforms Berlin 2010 by Fritsch

I passed up the station for the bus / I was trying to find me something / But I wasn’t sure just what / Man I ended up with pockets full of dust (Ryan Adams)

posted: Januar 31, 2010
under: black & white, pictures
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12 Responses to “trying to find me something”

  1. Elaine- sagt:

    i just noticed your category names hahahaha black and white, and pictures lolol that’s funny :) oh and nice shot, tho i’m not sure what i’m looking at!!

  2. Beverungen sagt:

    pockets full of snow.
    pockets full of smoke.
    pockets full of innocence.



  3. Luis sagt:

    I was immediately drawn to smile at the intriguing use of contrast and lines. No way you could end up with a pocket full of dust on this one…very well seen and executed. There is also something solemn going on here, in the way you are seeing: loneliness, a brooding darkness…in the end how we see and interpret what you see is subjective and up to personal perceptions and views of the world. The eyes see, the mind draws meaning.

    A pleasant week to you, Fritsch.

  4. rhys sagt:

    The sheets of snow lead you in then throw you out into all the industry. Cracking

  5. a.h.lex sagt:

    a photo out of a tram? what is this? streets, pockets, anything else? i only know this: it is a urban and industrial scape with strong b/w process. Have a nice day fritsch!

  6. rotundschwarz sagt:

    Aufbrechen ohne Spuren zu hinterlassen. Schnee, der alles einebnet. Arbeitswelt, am Himmel verweht.

    Vielen Dank für den Link zu Ryan Adams!

  7. Kamal sagt:

    Wow another great picture from you snow series. I love the framing. I think all I have been saying is about your framing, since you’re good at it. I like the use of directing lines from the roof and pointing to the horizontal tracks far beyond. Great job, Fritsch!

  8. david sagt:

    love those slabs of white roofs, mirroring the white-out skies. excellent stuff!

  9. crash sagt:

    nice long sheets of snow leading to the heavy industry in the background … nicely done

  10. Otto K. sagt:

    all things seem prettier when covered with snow. :)

  11. You have snow and I am jealous. A wonderful white out…enjoy it while it lasts :)

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