please fix me in the past

Sometimes I wish, a God could fix me in the past. Maybe I would choose, if I could, a red automobile like this. Which situation would you like to get fixed in?
Appalucy
title: “Appalucy” – photo by skipmoore, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com
P.S.:
Do you think, photographers mostly like to get fixed in the past? Or do they like to change the future? Or are they perfectly in the present, more than other artists?
red beauty
title=”red beauty” – photo by wolfgangfoto, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com

below: me playing the AUTOMOBILE BLUES (Lightnin’ Hopkins) on my Dobro guitar:

I was inspired to this post by Laura Bloomsbury:
http://telltaletherapy.wordpress.com/2013/10/15/ppp-challenge-past-or-present-poll/

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

12 responses to “please fix me in the past

  1. ….. 🙂 I haven’t thought this before, I should think! I loved yours… Thank you dear Frizz, love, nia

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  2. Interesting question. I would, ideally, be fixed back in the time before humans thought it a good idea to draw lines on maps – it’s been all downhill since then.

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    • “Jack the Crow did gangster rapping up high in his old tree,
      Chantal the Gull sung power ballads, at the seaside, on the quay.
      Peter Sparrow tweeted, in places far and wide,…”
      +
      oh, now I notice, I’m one of them!
      You can call me Howlin’ Frizz!

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  3. The vintage cars are so beautiful especially when they have been polished to shine like this one.

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  4. Not sure, if I’d want to get fixed into the past. Maybe a bit further into the futur. It also fits with the car – Looks like futuristic old school.

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  5. Laura Bloomsbury

    that’s a mean machine your playing those red hot blues on!
    my thoughts on photography: we capture the moment for future reference but it has already gone
    the philosophy of photography: was it still there when we were not?

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  6. Great car … I remember that model. Red is a powerful color.
    Would that be a change to make? To be less powerful.
    Interesting question to ponder. In the meantime, I’ll enjoy
    the wonderful Automobile Blues.

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  7. I should like to get fixed in my ancestral village in 1990, ten years before I actually made it there!

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  8. wolfgangfoto

    beauty is timeless

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  9. elisaruland

    I was just telling (writing) “adinparadise” that if I were going to a costume party this year for Halloween, I would break out and wear a mullet wig….does that count?

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  10. If I had to choose, I’d go back to the 60’s. But I’m ok right here, right now. 😉
    Fab auto!

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