sometimes the odor,

sense of smell,

is the best bridge for me

to go back

to sweet childhood…

I like this photo by Will Wilson, because it is a wonderful bridge into my own childhood days –

and of course, every morning, when I enter a bakery, I smile, watching the little kids, pointing on what they would like to eat;

dogs (and cats) must wait outside – oh if they only could, like they would …

P.S.: maybe I can add, that my Dad was a baker …


Der Geruch ist oft eine wundervolle Brücke zurück in die Tage der Kindheit. Jeden Samstag Morgen, wenn ich Brötchen hole fürs Frühstück, gleite ich zurück in meine schönsten Kindheitserinnerungen. Vielleicht darf ich erwähnen, dass mein Vater Bäcker war …

this is article no. 59 for postaday2011

a nightmare of childhood:

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

12 responses to “Childhood

  1. mia1984

    Just wondering: are you also into food photography/at least tried?


  2. Bakeries are THE BEST! My daughter loves going and seeing all the tasties. So does her mama 🙂


  3. @mia1984 (read above):
    I was not the photographer of the food in the bakery – I only comment photos of images, sent to the flickr pool (and to my group there BLOG IT!); I try to comment in a philosophical way …


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