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far, far away from those city lights

Far, far away from those city lights / Might be shining on you tonight / Far, far away from you / On the dark side of the moon (Wilco)

posted: November 16, 2014
under: black & white, pictures
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17 Responses to “far, far away from those city lights”

  1. Elaine- sagt:

    Hello my sweet piece of photographic pecan pie, it was so good to see you on my blog tonight, is this a picture of the rose coloured glasses you look at my pictures through? :) i hope your night is wrapped like candy in a pink pink neon glow xoxoxoxox

    • Fritsch sagt:

      These are my glasses of love. And I wear them each just for you, sweetheart. Otherwise I would be blinded by the photographic love of yours.

      All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

  2. Uwe sagt:

    The wall is watching YOU!
    Op-Art an urbanen Wänden, city lights als Leuchtkörper und Zeichenträger in einem, bestens eingefangen im schlichten Kontrast von Schwarz und Weiß, Dunkel und Hell, Fläche und Linie.
    Gruß, Uwe

    • Fritsch sagt:

      Und es sind immer wieder die Kontraste, die so unendlich faszinieren, die das Sehen zu einer unglaublichen Erfahrung machen. Vielen Dank, Uwe.

      Viele Grüße & weiterhin sichere Straßen, Fritsch.

  3. Francis J sagt:

    Yes you are and yes you have glasses looking at you, looking at us. Kind of glasses looking at us yet thousand miles away. Kind of glasses stuck deep in our minds. Yes we are like that.
    And who’s behind these glasses, Florian. A wall. A wall in Potsdamer Platz… A wall, the wall is looking at us.
    Yes we can imagine such powerful ideas, my friend, like a blind wall looking through bright lights!

  4. michèle sagt:

    You probably chose to photograph those glasses in the middle of the night to open the way to symbolic meanings. I’m sorry: i like that picture very much, i prefer keeping it mysterious and it’s one of the reasons why i don’t want to interpret it in a way or in another.

    Nevertheless if i had to do it, i would choose a funny meaning: luminous glasses for a night walk instead of dark glasses for a luminous bright day walk.

  5. Phil Vaughn sagt:

    Love this photo!

    „And those bright lights
    Oh, I know it’s right
    Deep in my heart
    I’ll know it’s right“

    from Far, Far Away by Wilco

    And, it is VERY right. Nice work, Fritsch.

  6. duke sagt:

    I love the rendering, stunning shot Florian !

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