1144 – Too Much Of Nothing

Well, you know the saying, too much of nothin’ can make a man feel ill at ease. This is the only image for yesterday, and I really didn’t want to post it. It’s really nothing, but then, when I look at it, it’s too much of nothing to throw it away.

I waited until today, waited if I’d get so many excellent images, that I’d easily be able to spare one instead of yesterday’s, and though I got some usable candidates, they are not soooooo much better at all. In the end I decided to post this anyway. If you don’t like it, well, maybe the next post is for you 🙂

Btw, the building in the right upper corner, that’s the top of the building where I work. It’s pretty ugly, but then, it’s right in the heart of Vienna. The thing above the semaphore is a public clock. 1970’s aesthetics, if I’m right, and we have a lot of them, so many in fact, that I have stopped carrying wrist-watches.

The Song of the Day is “Too Much Of Nothing” from “The Basement Tapes”. Buy them if you don’t have them. It can’t get any more classic. Hear it on YouTube.

5 thoughts on “1144 – Too Much Of Nothing”

  1. too much of nothing
    is that still nothing
    or maybe a bit more of a lot
    a lot of bits, that’s for sure 🙂

    a lot of bits,
    created by no one less than you
    that is much more than nothing
    and never too much 🙂

  2. lovely … not so much the photo … but your handling of ‘nothing’ – the writing, the possibilities of the photo and the great philosophy that has come from this nothing …which turns out to be a big something …

    most enjoyable …. >> Gina

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