À la recherche du temps perdu?
no, it's just garbage.
brave new world!
have a good International Workers' Day!
this pic brought me to google a little bit ...
time ??? ...
found "time and the conways" (1937) by piestley...
read it (again, but this time in english!) ...
a play typical for the time it was written ...
nevertheless it made me reflect on some "things of life" ...
and trained the skills of my english language ability ...
when you pressed the release button :
had you any idea of the aftermath ??
btw. thank you...
it's a throw-away society .....
pollution en detail
(i'm "fighting" with english and hope you understand (-; )
but - damn - it accumulates !!!!!
catch the environmental criminals !!!!
It points to the existence of a creator! …of watches. Never mind, false alarm ;)
What a striking photo!!
...you are not only sharing with us your work in portraiture, but also your gig with "CSI" ....... ;-)). L
very beautiful and maybe the best for describe time and life.
I love your work. Yours is one of the few remaining photography blogs I still follow and you bring it every time. This particular picture prompted me to finally express my appreciation for your artistry.
looper? :) great shot as always.
"Linda!! please hush! he worked undercover!!!"
*loughed out...silently* ;-)
This would be a fitting caption:
Clocks slay time... time is dead as long as it is being clicked off by little wheels; only when the clock stops does time come to life.