Tuesday, June 1, 2010

"Freedom was what they sought. Struggle was what they had lived through"



"Freedom was what they sought. Struggle was what they had lived through"- Apex Hide the Hurt by Colson Whitehead

9 comments:

donnie said...

... but hand in hand they made it through together :))

the half-life of linoleum said...

I love the irony. Snails seeking freedom. It's a great photo.

Caçador said...

fast food

Ratzfatz said...

any way ... let us "kuscheln" ...

How you can think on food ... buuhaaa

ER said...

i love the irony, too. i really like this.

AB said...

More canoodling! We will soon have to give this blog an X-rating.

Martina said...

... and now, thanks to Donnie, I can't get the picture of little slimy snail-hands out of my mind ... :-)

thlofl, this is one of the kind that didn't work in b/w at all - I like it, too - especially the light and the intruding green weed.

Caçador, at least you should give them some more time ...

Ratzfatz, I am a veggie but Caçador is a hunter, so .... :-) (btw bembelblog is one of the coolest blog names I ever saw)

ER, thank you.

AB, "canoodling" - what a word ... I canoodle, thou canoodlest, he/she/it canoodles, we canoodle, you canoodle, they canoodle .. I like that. And: wait until I show some of the Bavarian fries I once photographed - haven't found the courage yet. ;-)

Joan Elizabeth said...

Back to the snails ... lovely light ... as they slowly slide towards freedom ... the freedom to munch on another part of your garden.

Martina said...

Joan Elizabeth, I took the photo near the place with the lost gloves -- would be a long way for snails -- but who knows? ;-) Hmm, I don't know what it is with my snail addiction this year, might be just the unusual amount of rain, you literally couldn't take a photo outside without snails on it ;-)

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