It is always important to gain distance to things. The photographer Leroy O. (whom I discovered at Flickr.com) realized this sometimes with a kind of humor.
Saint-Emilion, Vue du Clocher
title=”Saint-Emilion, Vue du Clocher” – photo by leroyo, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com – also the following two:
title=”Chrislerama” – photo by leroy.o
Music Holes
title=”Music Holes” – photo by leroy.o
That’s about photography. And for music: My guitar often helped me, to find distance to the world outside. Background “soundcloud” drifting into your soul: Some arrangements of my repertoire. I hope it is a little bridge to distance and relaxation too.

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

15 responses to “Distance

  1. beautiful songs and photographs… Thanks and Love, nia


  2. Nice playlist… and interesting subject that inspired me to show something with…Distance.


  3. Music holes is wonderful in so many was, love it!


  4. Thank you for your relaxing notes this morning!


  5. thank you for this morning’s concert, Frizz. Good antidote to squirly brain waves and generally confused thinking.


  6. Hi Frizz!!! I have to say I really love “Je suis seul ce soir”…It has something…BTW, the pic near by the list, with the feet and the bateau..Is it yours? It is genial!!! It is so hot here, and there is no sea…


  7. I’m gaining some distance. Thank you for your music and images and wisdom shared so consistently here


  8. Thanks for the intro to leroyo over on flickr. I love all the songs, but was taken with Slide Guitar 71; I felt like I was walking through a dusty country town with my boots on πŸ™‚


  9. Strange isn’t it that distance can bring everyone closer . . . . lovely shots and gorgeous picking!


  10. Great shots! Music holes. Funny!
    Music, yes, relaxing and great for the distant background. πŸ™‚


  11. Love your pics for this theme, Frizz. It’s always great to hear your guitar start up when I open your posts. πŸ™‚


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