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oh, you are the roots that sleep beneath my feet

© U Willy-Brandt-Platz, Frankfurt am Main 2011 by Fritsch

Oh, you are the roots that sleep beneath my feet / And hold the earth in place / Each time a faucet opens /  Words are spoken / The water runs away / And I hear your name / No, nothing has changed (Bright Eyes)

posted: Oktober 30, 2011
under: black & white, Im Herzen von Europa, pictures
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11 Responses to “oh, you are the roots that sleep beneath my feet”

  1. joe sagt:

    Abwärts in den Untergrund!

    gut gesehen, …

  2. frankdejol sagt:

    Excellent b/w composition.

  3. Theys Roland sagt:

    Very good shot i like contrast! nice day!

  4. DomLOrtha sagt:

    Beautiful composition and, as always, a deep BW which creates a special mood. A real urban shot!
    Have a nice day.

  5. Marcie sagt: tones in this b&w!

  6. Francis sagt:

    The minimalist entrance / exit of the Frankfurt’s underground railway, minimalist if compared with Paris‘ one for instance. Bauhaus’influence?
    But what I like mostly is your black and white, enhanced by some rain (if I don’t misunderstand).
    And I can imagine myself in front of it, waiting for someone, for a girl I met for the first time the day before. Why? Just because it happened to me so many times in a previous life!
    A fine composition, Florian, opening the little box full of moving thoughts.

  7. sebastian sagt:

    ich bin immer wieder davon fasziniert, wie toll die kontrastierung deiner bilder ist. eine wirklich tolle bearbeitung! analog oder digital?
    keep on watching, my friend. es ist eine freude, wieder öfter vorbeizuschneien!

  8. sherri sagt:

    so many shapes and lines here. i like the saturation of the wet pavement.

  9. Beve sagt:

    der geruch frankfurter u-bahn-stationen. heimat

  10. rian sagt:

    i like how devoid of people this shot is.. nicely captured.. :)

  11. Jerome sagt:

    you’ve done really well with the composition, i think berlin lends itself well to this sort of compositions. i especially like what you’ve done with the lines

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