Well, no mourning. Actually it’s just a bench in front of our office building, a bench that I’ve passed a hundred times and that I feel I’ve finally documented adequately.
The Song of the Day is “The Mourner’s Bench” from the Death In June album “But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter?”. Yeah, really! Thankfully it’s already late July 😀
Hear it on YouTube.
A yellow bench in front of the church that we had two days ago. Together they look like an example of bad taste, isolated each of them works – for me 🙂
The Song of the Day is “Words (Between The Lines Of Age)” from Neil Young’s 1972 album “Harvest”. Hear it on YouTube.
In a way I was afraid of leaving Vienna’s bustling 7th district and moving out to where I live and work now. And it’s obvious, this is not a photographer’s paradise of small and smallest shops and of busy people any more. This is suburbia, the realm of concrete and of cars, of shopping malls and of big apartment blocks. This is a totally different world.
It’s not less interesting to take images though. It’s different, that’s all.
The Song of the Day is “Here We Are” from “Old Yellow Moon”, the 2013 collaboration of Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell. Hear it on YouTube.