Sunday, June 13, 2010

"Some things go. Pass on. Some things just stay"



"Some things go. Pass on. Some things just stay" - Beloved by Toni Morrison

17 comments:

http://wolsztyn.blogspot.com/ said...

I want to go ahead...

Pozdrawiam - Marcin

Martina said...

Marcin, me, too! So I can look behind me at the things that stay. Pozdrowienia.

donnie said...

,,, and some things never go away

Caçador said...

And some others, make just lost...

beijos

Caçador said...

ups, "just make me lost"

Markus Spring said...

Martina: "Marcin, me, too! So I can look behind me at the things that stay."

Well that's definitely a convincing reason to progress. I admit never having looked at it this way...

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like progress but I also really like the things that stay. Saw a lot of old cars on the weekend, I think they are lovelier in their old age then when new.

Roberto said...

It is a great car ... French essence ... very good white and black

me said...

fantastic - just a superb combination of words and photo.

Ratzfatz said...

hhuu ... that must be in Duckburg? ...ok it is France!

Martina said...

donnie, unfortunately in Germany you see them rarely on the streets nowadways. When I was young (haahaaa) they were the standard car for "just-having-a-driving-license-and-no-money-but-need-a-car" - besides the R3 (Renault 3). I remember the 2CV being sold for 9999.- DM then ...

Caçador, but you can always find yourself if you look for yourself, remember? ;-)

Markus, one of the reasons ;-)

Joan Elizabeth, I definitely prefer older cars (perhaps not as a daily vehicle, though, ;-)) - imagine a contemporary rusty Toyota or whatever, duuh ...

Roberto, yes, you can't go to France without taking at least one photo of a Duck

me, thank you, :-)

Ratzfatz, Duckland!

Babzy said...

perfect shot for the old "deudeuche" as we call it in french , we see less and less of them ....

AB said...

A nice balanced compistion with the old French car and the old French blinds

Martina said...

Babzy, merci - I never heard this one before.Sounds nice. We Germans say deux chevaux if we want to sound very sophisticated, *bdg* ... ;-)

AB, thank you - a little bit on the kitschy side perhaps but once in a time ... :-)

Tash said...

CLASSIC! good to stay, on & on.

José Manuel Vilhena said...

Forever...
:)

Martina said...

Tash, José: Thank you for your comments, :-)

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