1966 – White Moon

I know, I promised more images from Italy and I’ve already processed and uploaded them. I will post them as soon as I’m in need for an image again, but for yesterday and for today at least I have images that I sufficiently like.

This is the cemetery of Meidling, a district in the south-west of Vienna. I had an appointment in the vicinity, and instead of taking the Underground straight home, I decided to catch some late light on the graves. The moon was definitely a bonus 🙂

The Song of the Day is “White Moon” from the 2005 White Stripes album “Get Behind Me Satan”. A great match if you ask me, but hear for yourself on YouTube.

4 thoughts on “1966 – White Moon”

  1. Amazing, yes. I happened to start at the bottom of this image for some strange reason. I thought that there was space between the left stone and the stone next to it on the right. Only to have my eyes travel to the top and discover that’s the shiny face of the 2nd stone. Try as I might, I simply can NOT bring what looks like a background to me forward so it becomes part of the face of the stone! AAACCCKKK!!!

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