1729 – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away

Love. That’s easy, huh? Sometimes when I look for a Song of the Day, I really have to search for a word that will yield at least one song of my collection, and it does not help that I don’t want to re-use songs. I do it for series of related pictures and otherwise if I can’t avoid it, but love? Love is in so many of our songs, it’s strange for a species so occupied with hate. But then, maybe that’s why 🙂

Still no Beatles downloads on Amazon? Oh my, His Jobness must have paid a lot for the privilege 😀

The Song of the Day is “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away” from the 1965 Beatles album “Help!”. Hear it on YouTube.

8 thoughts on “1729 – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away”

  1. Wow! The paths of Love! This is one of your best visual metaphors I’ve seen, Andreas! I love it. It’s so simple, yet the concept is so complex – just like us humans, huh? I wonder whether the “blue” artist was the same one who added the black and red? Looks like the heart was added after the blue squiggles.

    Those squiggles could almost be written in a language like Arabic or Sanskrit. Sort of wandering off into the desert – 40 years in the wilderness of love lost?

    1. Yeah, it’s funny, it’s that kind of graffiti that never would count as art, but sometimes different parts of mindless smearing come together and suddenly it works. More so with that background 🙂

  2. Fabulous shot! One of those opportunities where one would curse oneself, if a camera wouldn’t be around. Really everything works together…

    1. Fortunately there always is. At the moment I even have to hold back to not buy an Olympus E-P2. There’s a tantalizingly seductive set with camera, EVF and a 17/2.8 pancake lens for 635€. That’s a steal around here. Consider this: EVF and lens each cost 200€ alone, thus the E-P2 effectively costs 235€. You don’t even get the E-PL1 for that money. Hmm … must not buy … must not buy …

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