Monday, September 27, 2010

"The southbound train from Paris was the one we had always taken from time immemorial"



"The southbound train from Paris was the one we had always taken from time immemorial" - The Avignon Quintet by Lawrence Durrell

12 comments:

the half-life of linoleum said...

fantastic - love the abandoned crates.

Serge said...

Des cagettes, c'est prés du marché??

donnie said...

hope fishing was good - absence makes the heart grow fonder - cool pic :))

Markus Spring said...

Fine seeing you being back again. I clearly missed the joy of slowly chewing iuxtaposed image and words.

David said...

Welcome back. Nice shot. I like the colors.

kobico said...

How was the holiday? I like the color/texture combination in this photo. There's something soothing about it.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Welcome back. I

Martina said...

thlol, I don't know what I have with empty abandoned crates - haha, I could make a whole exhibition "abandoned crates! - a little bit boring perhaps, though. ;-) Thank you.

Serge, non, prés d'une épicerie. Désolée, ;-)

Markus, thank you so much! But ... somehow I now imagine someone chewing photo prints - can't get this image out of my mind ... lol.
While I am chewing The Avignon Quintet ...

David, thank you. I thought I will start this "session" with some typcial "provencal" colours.

kobico, thank you, simply ... wonderful. Nothing more to say. Wonderful with a capital W.

Joan Elizabeth, thx :-)

Markus Spring said...

Martina - I only "figuratively" chew the *iuxtaposition*. But then, I guess you knew that already...

ana barata said...

A very colourful comeback!

Zé o Caçador said...

ups, she's back. welcome

Martina said...

ana barata, yes, but now I am back to b/w

Zé o Caçador, and I am still trying to catch up with blogs and life and ...

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