Tuesday, October 5, 2010

"How long life seemed when one thought of the past"



"How long life seemed when one thought of the past" - The Avignon Quintet by Lawrence Durrell

8 comments:

Yannick Brohard said...

This is what the Paris motorshow should be in our over motorized world!

donnie said...

all of the memories recorded in triplicate :)

Joan Elizabeth said...

I got some great shots of old cars coming up evenutally in SW. These three remind me of one of them.

Martina said...

Yannick, I suppose this is what many of the cars will be in the future.

donnie, to me they looked like three animals hidden in the gras, waiting to assault.

Joan Elizabeth, besides beeing three I especially liked that these cars are no fancy wrecks at all, just some ordinary wrecks in someones orchard.

AB said...

Rusting in triplicate

Martina said...

AB, the thing I like most about the Provence is the dry climate - so: not that much rust - no cool rusty wrecks like Elizabeth showed us the other day. I think the dry climate is one reason why you see so many really old cars still being in use there.

maggieisfiercefamineuncontrolledbeatchwholovesswedishyoungprostituteinthekarelianlakeílitlanorðurhlutabæjarins said...

interesting fotos)

Martina said...

maggie..., thanks.

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