Thursday, August 27, 2009

Black and Blues


There's a big differnce between singing the blues and living the blues.
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18 comments:

  1. That's for sure! The old signs are cool.
    Sunny :)

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  2. Unfortunately thats so true, isn't it. Great photos and advertisement signs.

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  3. Interesting post! That sign is perfect header for the other photos.

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  4. Boy the contrast is something else isn't it. I sure rather play the blues and live them :)

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  5. The shade in The first image has the colors of Indian flag......Jai Ho... ...nice pics nd damn nice thought....

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  6. I love the top shot, it allows you to imagine your own background. Like it.

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  7. I agree with them. Your photographs tells a story.

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  8. What a strong post, and impressive pictures.. The way the guy is looking at you...
    You put right words and pictures on a sad subject.
    I'm impressed!

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  9. And sometimes singing gets you by.

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  10. Hi James,

    You are right on that. This gave me some reflections. That's good. Because sometimes we need to stop and think for a moment.
    Wonderful shots.

    Best regards
    Asta

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  11. I met a mom of one of the kids I am working with this year on Tuesday. 33 and she has not 1 but 2 grandbabies!

    You are way young! 41! Don't worry! You never have to take your grandchildren or ANYONE to Please Touch if you don't want to : )

    I kept meaning to come over and apologize for being offensive. For some reason, I have no idea why, I thought you were older : ). 41 is RIDICULOUSLY young : )

    Lovely post.

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  12. thx for dropping by W TT GREAT interpretation of the crossroads!

    I like your eye on the slices of life here.

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  13. Excellent post and shots. Too true.

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  14. what a nice series, especially the last one

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  15. Hello, James. I always watch your photograph. Your photograph affects my heart all. I do not understand it for some reason. However, I feel "a story" in all scenes without explanation. I live in the different country, and I am impressed though the culture is different. In a photograph, your beating sounds and blood seems to flow. There is the look that overflowed in your warmth for all scenes. Thank you very much.

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