I knew I should have said goodbye at least 30. September 2012 “I knew I should have said goodbye at least” – Amundsen by Alice Munro
8 thoughts on “I knew I should have said goodbye at least”
wonderful melancholy in it.
holding the chance of a second chance.
I am not sure about second chances in this case – too many empty houses, not enough money for anyhing. Brignoles is still waiting to be dicovered by gentrification – or British expats.
La profundidad que se gana en el contraluz. Excelente medición de la luz
¡muchas gracias! – was not easy to get the light right, indeed.
Yes, goodbye to a distant past of faded hopes and dreams. Emotional photo.
Yes – one of the old cities where one sees no chance in the future. The photographer is happy about the many opportunities, the traveller wonders where this will end. Interestingly all the decayed buildings and structures were embellished with art. Like the one I posted the day after. Everywhere. Like someone is silently complaining about the faded hopes and dreams.
I always try to imagine the lifes beyond the ruins…. Beautiful Martina!
Thank you very much! Me, too. In this case, I wonder if at night some artists stroll through the narrow streets and put their paintings and stuff on the walls – knowing that his will be the only thing they can do to give the decay some dignity.