Quick Tip: Getting Low

I just read at dailypost by Krista the quick photo tip GETTING LOW! Yes, that’s a good photo tip – and also a psychological tip to touch the ground if you are sad. Make yourself small, forget the goals of all those heroes, have the courage to be small like some animals – which are peaceful and friendly survivors:
piccione incazzato
title=”piccione incazzato” – photo by kilometro 00 / Enrico Colussi, Treviso, Italy, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr;
un ballo
title=”un ballo” – photo by kilometro 00 / Enrico Colussi, Treviso, Italy, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr;
once I wrote to Enrico Colussi: “I like to play blues guitar and sometimes I sat down on a street and played on my Dobro. Feeling blue I always noticed the pigeons – and I adored them, though walking, they could take their wings for a ride up up and away…”
tribute to TAMPA RED
photo above: me, feeling blue, playing the blues …
audio file below: me, playing: make me a pallet on the floor …

title=”gambe” – photo by kilometro 00 / Enrico Colussi, Treviso, Italy, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

20 responses to “Quick Tip: Getting Low

  1. Love your blues music, ft, and the ‘getting low’ tip. Such a cute doggie pic. 🙂 have a great weekend.


  2. vastlycurious.com

    What a nice song to start the day! Thanks! I have been known to climb hills, fences and lay on my back to get a picture! Sometimes thats half the fun!


  3. Getting low makes some really interesting photos.


  4. vastlycurious.com


    Climbed a low wall to get it. : ) Thanks for including me!


  5. Interesting. The dog is precious. I’m curious, frizz. Did you get Re app (nofinder) or do you just recommend getting down low – or both 😉 ? Just wondering if you would recommend the app.


  6. Amy

    Wonderful to start my morning with your guitar playing. Thank you, Frizz!
    Great quick tip 🙂


  7. Nice photos, love the chicken!


  8. I love these photos! They have this instantly endearing quality to them.


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  10. Enjoyed the music and your photos. Will be taking some get low photos.



  11. enrico

    Un giorno vengo a trovarti nel tuo paese, grazie!!!


    • google translates:
      One day I come to visit you in your country, thanks
      visit me, when I’m in Berlin,
      my daughter, son in law, the grandsons: they are talking Italian …


  12. Never heard that about Blackbird, one of my favorite songs ever. Nice post!


    • yes Paul McCartney once in an interview told that “Blackbird” for him is a metaphor for the blacks resisting in the sixties vs. racism in the south of USA – Condoleezza Rice was one of them (I’ve written a several book reviews about her autobiographies); “Blackbird” = to encourage all those, trying to resist, though their wings are broken (I often felt the same after childhood abuse)


  13. Certainly gives a different and new perspective to photographs.
    I’m glad to see you posting more and more of your music!


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