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

if as we’re walking a hand should slip free

© Fields, Hohenschöpping 2010 by Fritsch

We said we’d walk together baby come what may / That come the twilight should we lose our way / If as we’re walking a hand should slip free / I’ll wait for you and should I fall behind wait for me (Bruce Springsteen)

posted: Januar 16, 2011
under: black & white, pictures, rural sketches
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12 Responses to “if as we’re walking a hand should slip free”

  1. Otto K. sagt:

    wonderful mood to this B&W piece, I like the composition of layers.

  2. Elaine- sagt:

    there’s something about this photo that makes me want to cry, but i also read the lyric too… you cause such emotion in me, my dearest… it’s a beautiful photograph, something different about the way it’s processed? I love it no matter..

  3. Love how the lines of the fence parallel the tracks in the snow. This is cool…very well seen!

  4. Phil Vaughn sagt:

    I concur with BlueChamelon’s statement. The parallels of the trees, overhead line, fence, tracks are the essence of the shot. The lyrics of the song also talk about the parallels of two people journeying together side-by-side–even if they aren’t quite in synch. I like it! It all fits together very well. Nicely thought through, Fritsch!

  5. rhys sagt:

    I just really like the ‚feel‘ to this. Wonderful

  6. I love this photo! Lines, deep, BW, composition, all is perfect. Congratulations and greetings Fritsch.

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  8. Beverungen sagt:

    großartig, das bild und der song – auch oder gerade in der verlinkten version.

    dank und gruß


  9. DomLortha sagt:

    NIce and deep BW with a n excellent work on lines (fence, electric line, tracks in the snow). Really like it!
    have a nice day.

  10. sherri sagt:

    I’m intrigued by the P on the fencepost. I like the sway of the wire.

  11. PixeLuz sagt:

    Though not very high, a fence separating two worlds. And that’s always the world on the other side that fascinates us most,
    And what for this parking lot when it seems so desert?
    One more mysterious shot, Fritsch!

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