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tell me what you need to see, half sadness half fury

© Vejers Strand, Denmark 2012 by Fritsch

Yesterday’s way tells me more / Say what you’ve said before / And tell me what you need to see / Half sadness half fury (Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter)

posted: August 22, 2012
under: black & white, pictures
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14 Responses to “tell me what you need to see, half sadness half fury”

  1. what i need to see is more of these little gems
    contrasts to die for

  2. Phil Vaughn sagt:

    I like how the two swimmers are making their own path to the beach. It’s bit more of an adventure even if they end up where everyone else is. I also like the way your photos and attendant lyrics take me along on your journeys. You always take your own way, and that makes these photo journeys so interesting.

  3. Elaine- sagt:

    hello sweet heart, so good to see you on my blog tonight :) i’m watching a movie about how scientists are stopping the aging process, so come, we’ll go to the berring sea, and we’ll be in love, and we’ll never die.. never die (Johnny Depp in some weird movie) i love this picture, but which half is the fury? i think i can guess… it’s the sadness half that’s speaking to me though xoxoxox

  4. rem_la sagt:

    Une image comme j’aime

  5. Uwe sagt:

    Ja, die beiden Kinder haben das rechte Tempo,
    sich dem Meer zu nähern:
    schlendernden Schrittes, unter dem steten Wechsel flüchtiger Worte, das Nötigste in den Händen und nichts als die Ankunft im Sinn. Gruß, Uwe

  6. The dark tones are so fitting and create such an interesting mood! I like!
    Long time no visit your blog….nice to see your work again :)

  7. Francis J sagt:

    Immediately made me think of „Nobody’s Boy“ by Hector Malot, a novel that moved me when a child. Don’t know if here, in this picture, they are adults. Anyway, grown-up or children, we are small grains of sand or dust in this universe. That’s something you feel, really feel and not only conceive, when you are alone in the middle of the Algerian Sahara, especially at night (too bad I had no camera at this time…). Anyway, Sahara or Denmark, what’s the difference when you’re looking at the Earth from Sirius (the Dog Star) or, simply, from the Moon.
    With the little help of the bottle of Brazilian sauvignon blanc I just have finished to drink, and thanks to your meaningful picture, Florian, you make me travel thru space and time. And I’m feeling good!

  8. Aurore sagt:

    Wide open space and sharp contrasts, love this on !!

  9. Roland Theys sagt:

    Beautiful staging and perfect contrast!
    I’m back to visit my friends photographers.

  10. rian sagt:

    a fine summer scene captured here, looks great in mono.. :)

  11. Ein Foto, das nach Sonne, Himmel, Meer und Wind riecht und in dem der Sand unter den Füßen knirscht.Abendstimmung. Ein bisschen kühl ist es geworden. Der Strand fast menschenleer. Leise Melancholie.

    Wunderbar nonchalant die Schilder, die dem Mensch zur Seite gestellt sind, und die regeln, wo es nichts zu regeln gibt. Hier bin ich Schild, hier darf ich sein.

  12. DomLortha sagt:

    A very elegant shot with a great BW. Love this simple scene, nice picture of summer.
    Have a nice day.

  13. Krista sagt:

    Wonderful shot. So great in b&w!

  14. Jerome sagt:

    young or old I do not know, but this brings back memories of times past. Like this road on the left, going elsewhere, perhaps too late or too early, regardless, these two people chose another road for now

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