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got lonesome fuel for fire

© Autobahn, Berlin 2011 by Fritsch

My heart is always on the line / I’ve traveled all kinds of places / The song is always the same / Got lonesome fuel for fire / Got 45s to play at night / Got books to spend with every weekend / The story’s always the same / Got lonesome fuel for fire (M. Ward)

posted: Januar 4, 2012
under: black & white, crossroads, German Langeweile, pictures
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13 Responses to “got lonesome fuel for fire”

  1. Klaudia J sagt:

    lovely capture and great tones …

  2. Francis J sagt:

    A brilliant composition, once more in this autobahn series. These heavy structures look so light. The curved bridge provides the feeling of a dynamic impetus. My eyes are following it, my brains are already traveling far from this crossroad.
    We’re meeting there, Florian, in this cold distance, in a future time that escapes to our ordinary universe. Brilliant, indeed!

  3. Elaine- sagt:

    Sorry my cute little song doggy… i’m just waiting for a breather lol a little relax from the pain, ya know? i’ll be back :) love love love xoxoxoxoxox

  4. Far gone on intersected roads, weary with travel, washed up, washed out…And yet, but yet, the fire rages on, the lonesome fuel burns through, still bright with desire. Questions of love & hate becomes irrelevant, you need the road, you need it’s fuel, you need to keep going…till the end of the line. Until then, we burn along.

  5. Marcie sagt:

    Wonderful graphic simplicity. Love the way the blacks and whites and grey curves bisect one another.

  6. cannot say anything other than what Marcie said over here – love the graphic simplicity, the flow of the curves and how you make these heavy structures seem so … light!

    keep on burning, Fritsch!

    Viva!

  7. walter sagt:

    Grossartige Linienführung, bzw. Komposition die das Auge fesselt und ins Zentrum führt und dann diese einsame Lampe die nicht nur Licht spendet sondern das i-Tüpfelchen darstellt, allererste Sahne!

  8. @ Walter: Sie spendet auch Schatten.

    Ja. Wunderbare grafische Linien. Aber dieses Foto hat auf mich vor allem eine Wirkung: Es wirkt bedrohlich. Aussichtslos. Viele Kurven, Ecken, Winkel. Always the same story. No way out.

    Ich bin froh, dass die Bücher, die ich lese, mich nach wie vor nicht in die Enge, sondern ins Weite führen.

  9. Beve sagt:

    was ist weit, was ist eng? wir glauben, das ist alles. get me out.

  10. DomLOrtha sagt:

    I really appreciate this serie! Think you should produce an exhibition with your pictures of that spot!
    Have a nice day.

  11. terrorkitten sagt:

    The lines, the perspective – wonderful.

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