Would’ve been an interesting musical collaboration 👍😮
Yep....I think they did 'hang out' together a few times.
Ginger Rogers in Lady In The Dark (1944)
San Francisco Bay, 1948. Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Gelatin silver print
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Gelatin silver print
Reminds me of a Led Zeppelin song. Also reminds me of a book by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Theo Felten - shadow plays. The cyclist.
Theo Felten :: Das Zeppelinluftschiff über Köln |The Zeppelin airship over Cologne, 1930s, | src Lempertz
Veruschka wearing hat of white ribbed straw in a cage of black chiffon veiling, by Adolfo, photo by Irving Penn, Vogue, April 1, 1963
@Tourist because of my listening habits when I was a wee kiddo, whenever I see or hear the word "elegance," the track Europe Endless (Kraftwerk) starts playing in my head with that bit of lyric 'Elegance and decadence, Europe Endless ... Elegance and decadence, Europe Endless ...'
Essen, Germany, 1957 - by Ruth Hallensleben
Got a prog-rock concept album title there Alec, 'Juxtaposition, Elegance and Hell'..😂
@Tourist That’d make a great prog rock album title and/or great, evocative song titles for any genre.
Now that you mention it, “Hell” is an apt description for that photograph. It does look like punishment and drudgery. I was however just enjoying the soft light and shadow shapes.
Was actually thinking of “Hell” and how when I first read what you wrote, I thought it was “Heil,” which startled me, but made me laugh.
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Castle Combe, England - by Kiel James Patrick
Wow! Absolutely dreamy.
@Alan whenever Bill Nelson sings or sometimes talk-sings that word "England" in his songs, it's often images like this one that spring to mind.
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London, circa 1940's.
An absolutely perfect shot. I'm guessing that's the sun peering through the top of the tree. Very nice.
Here's looking to the future.
The beauty of modern glass, 1958