Siegfried Vogel

Siegfried Vogel

Posted on 10/17/2009


Photo taken on October 17, 2009


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P.R.Baptista, Pascal, machmalpause have particularly liked this photo


10 comments - The latest ones
Erika Mustermann
Erika Mustermann
Die beiden scheinen irgendwie leicht verwirrt. Ich glaube, sie wissen nicht so recht, wo der laden liegt. Ich fürchte auch fast, der tropenregensturm hat nur kleinteile davon übrig gelassen. Das wäre nicht mal schlecht, denn dann würden sie bequem auf den fahrradanhänger und in die einkaufstasche passen.
9 years ago.
Siegfried Vogel
Siegfried Vogel
Ohne
Auto
mobil
9 years ago.
Armin Fuchs has replied to Siegfried Vogel
;-)
9 years ago.
machmalpause
machmalpause
du bist garstig :-)
9 years ago.
Frieda Frieden
Frieda Frieden
hier wünschte ich mir einen blick um die kurve dort und in die andere richtung würd ich auch gern sehen...gibt es da wirklich marktstände oder sowas?
wie weit hat er zu fuß zu gehen?
macht neugierig, dieser enge ausschnitt und die isolation der beiden...
8 years ago.
Siegfried Vogel has replied to Frieda Frieden
Um die Ecke denken ist ja auch nicht so schlecht! :)
8 years ago.
Pascal
Pascal
Beautiful !
8 years ago.
Siegfried Vogel has replied to Pascal
Merci, Pascal!
8 years ago.
P.R.Baptista
P.R.Baptista
...once again an intriguing photo (" dieser enge ausschnitt und die isolation der beiden."- Frieda Frieden) ..and once again with unexpected implications... an interrogation in the air... something is in course but what exactly? ... an encounter or, on the contrary, a definitive separation?... our destinies, a crucial aspect of our existences or simply a modest step without importance of our daily activities ? ( are ours lives without meaning?).....I would like really to go further in an analisys in this way but I would need more time and more help...sorry. at least I tried ...maybe sometimes photography has to be also a lesson of humility in front of our incapacity to understand all the scope of its message...

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8 years ago.
Siegfried Vogel has replied to P.R.Baptista
Is it a simple photography? Maybe it was - but not anymore, since you commented this way on it.

Thank you again, P.R., for your openmindedness and will to share your thoughts!
8 years ago.