1932 – Blow Wind Blow

It was actually a bright, sunny, cold and beautiful day in Vienna. I didn’t make many images though, this happens to be the best, thus what you get is an image from the Underground.


You see, I’m still using the LX5, at least for the rest of the week. It’s just a pleasure, and when I have to choose between Olympus’ and Panasonic’s ergonomics, I take Panasonic all the time.

The Song of the Day is “Blow Wind Blow” from Tom Waits’ 1987 album “Franks Wild Years”. See a video on YouTube.

4 thoughts on “1932 – Blow Wind Blow”

  1. How delightfully bizarre. It’s so surreal, one would think it had been “faked” if they didn’t know your work!

    Love the disorienting impression of falling and floating in what otherwise be a static pattern.

    1. Funny what difference knowing the circumstances makes. The perspective never looked in the slightest like a downward look to me, but then, I know that this blower is mounted horizontally. Now that you mention it, I can see why it could be disorienting.

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