Thursday, April 1, 2010

"Actually, I'm just glad to be alive"



"Actually, I'm just glad to be alive" - Land of the Living by Sam Shepard

6 comments:

kobico said...

The combination of that quote and the barbed wire fence in the snow makes me feel cold!

Clueless in Boston said...

Appropriate for Easter Weekend:)

Martina said...

kobico, CiB: actually I wasn't thinking about cold and I wasn't thinking about Easter, too.

More in the lines of what time does to us, we get worn out, we get crooked - but we still are alive.

Usually I do not give my interpretation of the quotes and photo (often I don't have one), but it is really interesting what you see in this ... without your comments this blog would be useless, so thank you!

;-) - no, I am not in some depressive mood at all, it's just what I thought seeing this old hen house (or whatever it is): it's still standing!

Caçador said...

Great philosophy. And picture.

Beijo

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like this ... looks like all the broken down stuff that I like to photograph, but I never had the added benefit of snow.

Martina said...

Cacador, thank you. Unfortunatley no hen for you do behold.

Joan Elizabeth, hm, I think the photo would be much better with a little bit of a low sun, shadows and some brown and green ... snow tends to make everything one-dimensional ... so I am not so sure if snow is a benefit (speaks the spring awaiting European)

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