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

leave the city

© Friedrichskoog, Schleswig-Holstein 2010 by Fritsch

Broke my heart to leave the city / I mean it broke what wasn’t broken in there already / Thought of all my great reasons for leaving / Now I can’t think of any / It’s true it was a hard time that I’ve come through / It’s made me thankful for the blues (Magnolia Electric Co.)

posted: April 4, 2010
under: black & white, pictures, rural sketches
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8 Responses to “leave the city”

  1. kris sagt:

    „We are always running for the thrill of it, thrill of it
    Always pushing up the hill
    Searching for the thrill of it
    On and on and on we are calling out and out again
    Never looking down I’m just in awe of what’s in front of me “ Empire Of The Sun, Walking On A Dream
    I realy like this one, walk a tightrope and make choices good or bad, nevermind, what matters is the feeling of being true to oneself. keep sharing, Kris.

  2. Otto K. sagt:

    strong composition, very graphical. excellent.

  3. rhys sagt:

    where will the white line take you? great use of line (literally) makes a very bold visual

  4. Elaine- sagt:

    your heart is not broken, it is full !!!! and you have no rivals my darling, you are UNrivaled, feel free to fill my mailbox to overflowing, oh my that does sound like a euphemism haha…. nobody takes pictures of the open road like you do, drive on one of them, all the way to my door :)

  5. a.h.lex sagt:

    Verlasse die Stadt – gehe auf’s Land. Warum? Mehr als 60% der Menschheit lebt in urbanen Umgebungen – in der Stadt. Land ist jedoch eine weitere Form der persönlichen Freiheit, die entdeckt werden muss – leave the city, but come back soon!

  6. Luis sagt:

    Very well seen, Fritsch.

  7. Turnbill sagt:

    You’re a master of simple, bold lines. Great framing on this. Did you take the bus?

  8. I really like how you see things and break them down, isolate them from the rest of the scene and simplify the life in the city. Strong composition!

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