songs about roving, rambling and plain hard luck & photography from the other side …

no other language

© Den Ton sehen Christiane Fritsch-Weith 2009 by Fritsch

I’m no builder, I’m no gardener / I sing some songs, have a friend who’s a photographer / There ain’t no other language I know how to speak / Some like their water shallow and I like mine deep (Black Crowes)

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posted: Dezember 16, 2009
under: black & white, pictures
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13 Responses to “no other language”

  1. a.h.lex sagt:

    What is about „Den Ton sehen…“? I don’t know, but this is a well seen situation in a gallery. thanks for this photo, fritsch! Have a nice day!

  2. walter sagt:

    Dazu braucht es tatsächlich keine andere Sprache als deine einzigartige und brilliante Bildsprache, denn die spricht für sich und den Ton sehen wir im Songtext den du jeweils gleich mitlieferst … as usual great !

  3. Kamal sagt:

    yes, pictures need no words to explain them. brilliant that you’ve combined the lyrics with this picture. well done indeed.

  4. Luis sagt:

    I like my water deep too, Fritsch. Good use of light with a nice mix of shadows.

  5. Elaine- sagt:

    i LOVE this shot!!! way to go!!! up against the wall, never would have thought of it!!

  6. rhys sagt:

    If language were liquid
    It would be rushing in
    Instead here we are
    In a silence more eloquent
    Than any word could ever be

    Suzanne Vega

    Darn nice shot Fritsch, gets me thinking

  7. Krista sagt:

    The mood in this shot is incredible!

  8. thoschi sagt:

    hey, das wird alles immer besser, ’s macht spass das zu beobachten Hut ab !!!

  9. Nice shot Hobo. Quality is there.

  10. Ivy sagt:

    Great EYE says it all.. – Cheers!

  11. The lighting and angles are both really beautiful. They create a softness and soothing feel in this shot. I like this!

  12. grant sagt:

    great angle, light – all of it!

  13. terrorkitten sagt:

    Great perspective and nicely done.

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