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

overlook everything if you can overlook everything

© Hvide Sande; Denmark 2012 by Fritsch

I don’t care anymore who was right and who was wrong / And who was left and who was leaving / I’ll overlook everything if you can overlook everything / I know you’re worn out but you know I’m worn out too (Richmond Fontaine)

posted: August 19, 2012
under: black & white, hinterland, pictures
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11 Responses to “overlook everything if you can overlook everything”

  1. Marcie sagt:

    Such an inspiring way to go thru life. A sipmle apology – can make it all so much better..

  2. Jerome sagt:

    Refuelling for the ride, keep going, for the road is long and we never know what it brings

  3. rian sagt:

    fuel for the journey.. :) nice shot!

  4. Phil Vaughn sagt:

    It looks like Mobil lost its “O”, but I’ll overlook that. You have a great range of contrast in this photo. The scenery is stark, but it fills the bill here. I won’t overlook that!

  5. Francis J sagt:

    The missing O in the middle of this picture: what’s missing as one of the two most important elements of the composition. And the other important element? I guess it’s this neither urban nor rural landscape as a whole thing. Well, a kind of chinese approach of the world: the Void is full and has presence.
    I’ll remember this missing O, Florian, each time I fill my tank, in the country where I live, a country full of missing letters!

  6. Elaine- sagt:

    you have a great idea there… let’s just be in love, and over look everything, then we’ll never die :) never die… you are the bestest commenter, my friend, i cannot compete, but i hope i bring the occasional smile to your face… this is a lovely shot, i want to live in the mr bill house, sans the motor oil :)

  7. Uwe sagt:

    Die Leerstelle:
    Viele würden es übersehen, das fehlende O.
    Du nicht.
    Und so wird das Fehlende zum Anreger dafür, in dem, was zu sehen ist, mehr zu vermuten.
    Vielleicht eine Aufforderung, eine Einladung, ein Versprechen.
    Eine Ferienhaussiedlung, eine Straße, eine Stelle, wo man Sprit tanken kann für die Weiterfahrt, mehr nicht.
    Und doch reizt das Wort M bil in der Bildmitte die Fantasie an: Das O als missing link, das unsere Vorstellungskraft mobilisiert, flüssig hält. Vielleicht sind wir, wenn wir reisen, nicht viel mehr als ein missing O, ein Leerraum, der sich mit Neuem füllt.
    Gruß, Uwe

  8. Aurore sagt:

    Always delighted by your qualité of b&w !

  9. sherri sagt:

    what an old style sign. nice to see.

  10. I do also like the missing “O” as it creates that mood that I like so much. I like this series of shot and how you’ve kept the tones consistent. Telling a great story my friend…

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