This week’s photo theme is “Resolved“, and Sara kindly suggested that the resolution might as well be about our photography: In 2013, I would like to make pictures that are quite abstract – because I just love playing with the pictorial space – yet tell of a story.
So here are pictures I made when I visited the Luftbrücke memorial near Frankfurt Airport. It is my story about a place that reminds us of a transatlantic story (and of a story that tells us how problems can be resolved).
15 thoughts on “Resolved”
Das ist mal eine originelle Art, Geschichte zu demonstrieren.
Freut mich, dass Du es so siehst – danke, Tom!
I like the different way you tell the story – and not on the “normal” way – Great to see your photos .. Thanks for sharing
I haven’t delved into this art form, it’s not that high on my list but i enjoy looking at yours.
Well, thank you!
I love black and white photographs. They look stunning.
Thanks, Myra – I kind of keep returning to black and white, feeling that is a good way to ‘express myself’.
Great 2013 resolution! I’ve also resolved to do more with my photography.
Thank you for visiting and commenting, Angeline! So we will see more of your photos this year, won’t we?
I like very much the story the last photo especially hints at.
The rise and fall
Of a dividing wall –
Thank you for your enlightening comment, Judith: I had not fully realized there was more recent history to be seen here.
Sounds (and looks) like a good idea!
Thank you! I hope it is … and sometimes we stray from the straight path of our resolutions, and that’s also good, isn’t it?