Eine Runde um den Block gedreht
Street Photography | Landschaftsbilder | Momentaufnahmen
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I like the back-and-forth rhythm of this series. The pile of leaves on the car is my favorite but you know that, don’t you? It was nice of the person who hung the screen in the window of the building in the fourth photo to give you an extra-clean frame for that reflection. 🙂 I heard Germany is having a warm October (after a hot summer, right?) but at least that means you’re using a little less fuel. Joe says Hi! So do I!
We do enjoy some last warm days over here (last greetings from a hot summer, right!). Everyone is waiting for the winter to come. Most of us are more or less prepared, facing a possible shortage of this and that. There are some protests already. Fuel prices are crazy high. But that doesn’t mean, people using their cars less… I just wait and see. Regards Karl
It sounds like it’s going to be a tough winter or two for Europe. When you add summer drought to the mix it can be depressing. I think we’re in a transition period in many ways, certainly regarding fuel but also regarding the general mood of people all over the world. It’s good to hear from you, Karl, I’m glad you’re OK. 🙂
I totally agree. This is a transition period and we have to endure what politics are serving us. Politics… Well, my view is a little misled and clouded, because of my job. 🙂
There’s such a thing as healthy cynicism. I guess the challenge with your work is to stay in the healthy zone and not tip over into letting politics take over your mind during non-work hours. I imagine that’s not easy. But nature and photography help!
You are right, a little bit of cynic humor keeps a healthy distance to the outside world an its encroaching conditions.
On election day (today) we’ll be challenged to keep a healthy distance! 😉
Oh yes, you need to have thick nerves … if there is such an expression 🙂
“Nerves of steel” – that’s it! 🙂
Nerves of steel, they did help today!
And it looks like it was not as bad as we thought it might be. We’re relieved, for now.
I can imagine …
Wofür stehen die Leute in der Schlange?
Für eine Busreise, glaube ich.
Auf dem ersten Foto sehen die Häuser aus wie bei einem Architekturmodell, finde ich.
Ja, den Eindruck kann man durchaus haben. Sie sind noch ganz neu. Frisch vom Reißbrett gewissermaßen.