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Thank you, Stefan.
That’s one hell of a wrought iron gate!
Yes, and it guards a statue of Justitia – or Lady Justice.
For you Sunday
Thank you, Andrea.
Very cool! Love the texture on this!
Thank you very much for the compliment, George.
Superb post.I feel so bad when l see musicians in this situation.While our trip to Europe we saw so many musicians ,in the train ,on the buses, in the public parks, its sad way to make a living.Thank you for following my site.Be blessed.jalal
Thank you for your compliment, Jalal.
Yes, here in Europe you find them everywhere – and sometimes they are really good…
…like the accordionist I photographed – and although he was standing on a famous square in the middle of town he was ignored by everyone.
Somehow I have the feeling that people only like guitar players that cannot sing, but try out some famous songs by Dylan, Cat Stevens or the Beatles…
Lonely indeed, I hope he enjoys his own music.
I hope so too.
He was really good.
greys n black spread all across the composition reflects his lonely melody of life! nice work.
Thank you very much for your compliment.
I used the blacks and grays to blog out the people that were ignoring the music.
Splendid shot 😉
Well seen and captured, and a very interesting treatment of the image.
Thank you very much, Rhys.
A wonderful shot, Rabirius!
Thank you again.
Love this pic!
Thank you very much, Faith.
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Even looks a bit like Astor Piazzola.
I will look for my Piazzola record and compare the images.
Oblivion comes to mind.
I meant to ask, have you heard any more about Hasankeyf?
I’m afraid the prospects are not good. The lastest I heard was that the town is going to be flooded next year. Also, they didn’t manage to collect enough money for transferring some of the buildings to higher ground and therefore they want to do an underwater archaeological park.
I suspect this was the plan all along! Is the current situation effecting the proposed flooding?
I have no idea. The PKK said they wanted to sabotage the dam projects, but I think they haven’t done anything yet.
Probably the construction site of the dam is pretty well protected.
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