Friday, December 4, 2009

"Low skies and bare trees, hardly a soul to be seen"



"Low skies and bare trees, hardly a soul to be seen" - Midnight in Dostoevsky by Don DeLillo

8 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

Ah! this shot takes me out wayfaring in my mind.

ana barata said...

The image is superb and I like the title very much.

SJ said...

great shot in the midnight.

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Tash said...

perfect shot esp. for the quote.

Julie said...

A pair of pincers on the lookout for wayward souls.

kobico said...

Bare trees in almost freezing temperatures = brr!

Walter Neiger said...

a really cool find, the b/w is great for this.

Martina said...

That's what b/w can do, ;-): this photo was taken in spring, blue sky, sunny day. But it's a dead tree inhabited with mistletoes and tree sponges and it looked winterly to me even then.

Julie, that is a nice metaphor for mistletoes!

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