Weekly photo challenge “Nostalgia“.
All in all, it may simply be about our good memories.
The good old black sheep was the queen of the property at my parents home..
The queen passed away peacefully last december, age of seventeen.
Average lifetime of sheeps are about 10 years.
Better watchdog than dogs, very watchful and aware of all irregularities.
When I got out of the car in the driveway, the queen immediately recognized my voice.
Expected a friendly chat as the first in the queue – just like me talk every day.
The Queen’s favorite food was the acorns from the oak on the corner.
This year is a fabulous acorn-year – it would have been a dream year for the black queen.
It is pure nostalgia.
Five Photos, Five Stories (IV)
Cité du Train, a french railway museum in the city of Mulhouse
with several rail station environments which creates nostalgic moods.
“The past is never where you think you left it”
*Katherine Anne Porter – american journalist, essayist, author and political activis*
Probably so we remember the past as we want to remember it.
like forget all the bad things and remember only all the good things
or forget all the good things and remember only all the bad things.?
The rules of Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge are:
1) Post a photo (or more) each day for five consecutive days.
2) Attach a story to the photo.
It can be fiction, non-fiction, poetryor nothing more than a short paragraph.
It’s entirely up to you.
3) Nominate another blogger to carry on the challenge.
The nominee is free to accept or decline the invitation.
This is supposed to be al fun and it isn’t at all a command performance.
Challenged by the happy and very talented girl behind the blog “Soul’n Spirit“
The wonderful swedish blogger “Kerlund” is an inspring creative photographer
eye for the surroundings, it would be interesting to hear the stories behind her photos.
So hopefully she will be tempted to catch this line and create her version of this free style.?
London and the englishmen have a reputation for valuing traditions
the other day (April 12) they created an experience for us who visited their city.
Modern times was paused and the good old days were back for a moment
on route 22 – which goes around Liverpool station, Hyde Park and Piccadelly Circus
was run with old double-deckers as replacements for the new modern double-deckers.
The occasion was probably a 75th anniversary – pure nostalgia.
Traditionally so these old water taps were painted red and easily recognizable
maybe this has jumped on the so-called green wave..?
A musically cave.
The Cavern Club is a night club in Mathew Street, Liverpool
opened in 1957 and it’s steeped in musical history and intimate coziness
lots of musicians have played here before they became famous
and many have returned after they have got stardom
Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds
The Rolling Stones
Jan. Akkeman and Focus
David Gilmour (from Pink Floyd)
Cilla Black worked as a hat-check girl there before she get famous.
In 1960 there was a performance by Rory Storm and the Hurricanes
(which included Ringo Starr as drummer, it was before he became a Beatle).
Paul McCartney, David Gilmour and Ian Paice playing at the Cavern Club in 1999
the video isn’t recorded by me
but actually I was in the crowd that night in 1999.
It could be called “Deep Pink Beatles”