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caught in between somewhere this & there

© Deutsch-Französischer Garten, Saarbrücken 2012 by Fritsch

Caught in between somewhere this and there / Convincing myself that I can get over it / Convincing myself to pick up the phone / That I’m never leaving home (Micah P. Hinson)

posted: April 29, 2012
under: black & white, German Langeweile, pictures
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14 Responses to “caught in between somewhere this & there”

  1. Elaine- sagt:

    the bones of civilizations, cast aside hurriedly as the aliens left the planet for the next tasty target :) were you on the mother ship? did you snap this picture as you zoomed away, leaving me to be alone in my photography? come back my dear!! you know i can’t do without you! :)

  2. rem_la sagt:

    une belle geométrie !

  3. aptass sagt:

    I wonder what future civilizations will make of our leisure installments in the future, with no one there to explain the concept.
    Great capture, the angle makes me curios, did you climb a tree :)

  4. Phil Vaughn sagt:

    I had never thought of maze-like a miniature golf course was until I saw your photo. Think of it: you spend an hour knocking a little ball into a hole (or trying to), and you do it over and over. The end of the course takes you right back to the beginning again! We are caught in life, love, and leisure. Maybe we like that more than we admit.

  5. DomLOrtha sagt:

    Funny! Nicely seen and done!
    Have a nice day.

  6. minimodi sagt:

    i like this. cool pov. did you climb a tree or what?!

  7. Jerome sagt:

    Amongst the trees, naked and black of trunk, there are long tombstones, housing perhaps strange creatures who have long gone. only the mystery remains

  8. sherri sagt:

    a splendid vantage point.

  9. Turnbill sagt:

    Only you Fritsch could make a mini-golf course look like a cemetery! Wonderful.

  10. rian sagt:

    ah! a mini-golf course then? i also thought it looked like a cemetery.. :D

  11. Francis J sagt:

    Some of the viewers have seen a mini-golf course like a cemetery. Probably I wouldn’t have seen it like that, if standing alone. But now this is one cemetery for me, too. The cemetery where are lying very old memories left deep under the ground of my current thoughts.

    That’s one more essential thing, the abiliy we have to awaken the dust, thanks to a photograph and thanks to the viewers‘ comments. That’s one of the treasures of your photoblog, Florian. Many thanks!

  12. Beve sagt:

    wer weiß, vielleicht wir dieser ort eines tages ausgegraben und die wissenschaftler rätseln um die anordnung der zeichen in ein einem heiligen ort. wir verraten dann nicht, dass es sich hierbei um minigolf handelt.

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