Fallen

When I was a kid I listened to alot of music, particularly at the and of my schooling and as a result alot of songs trigger different memories, of different times and experiences, which is really cool, a song comes on and instantly without much effort i am taken back to the time, experience and feeling. Now, with less time for more music and possibly music replaced moreso with imagery, I now find that images have taken that space and now trigger memories of a time and/or experience. I hear ya, saying, 'der of course they would', but its still cool i reckon 🙂 as i look at this image, it represents a few days in my life that I am sure I will look back in years to come and reminisce over, for good or the bad :-/

This one tree, or what was left of it, was sitting out in a sea of emptiness with its comrades way off, out of reach, seemingly so sad and lonely, just handing on to the what it once was…..

SIngle image, long exposure and I can't decided on whether I actually like the BW version better 🙂

Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 24-70 f2.8 @ 70mm Aperture: f/10 and Shutter Speed: 186.1s
ISO 100
out front: Lee Biggstopper

+Landscape Photography

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29 thoughts on “Fallen

  1. I can relate to that story Mr G. Same as smells btw. Driving to the coast and smelling the ocean air, reminds me of some of those late teen years

  2. +Gerard Blacklock I'm a sucker for B&W, but I think the soft tones in this are fabulous Gerard. It's interesting how different things trigger memories, smell is probably the most powerful for me, followed by music, and then photos,

  3. +O. Sydney
    cheers mate, funnily enough smells are not something that trigger memories for me…well actually i kinda lie.. like you the smell of the ocean brings alot of memories, other than that i got nothing 😉

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