Friday, September 10, 2010

Someone was here

What we leave behind is soon forgotten.

This is my contribution to Dragonstar's The weekend in Black and White.

37 comments:

mrsnesbitt said...

Awesome! I love black and white!

Berit's fotoblogg. said...

...noe ihvertfall, om ikke alt.
Stilig bilde:)

imac said...

Neatly done Rune, and B/W really does suit.

Paulie said...

unless it's litter!

Malyss said...

It depends on what we leave behind...Mozart's music, Da Vinci's pictures..and even steps in the sand can live forever, through a song..or a picture! :)

Dina said...

Hi Rune. It's great seeing your week of beautiful posts. I missed blog life while my family was visiting.
I'd love to make that trip on the ship up the coast.

wayne-2zars-com said...

Excellent composition; I like how you've angled the subject.

Marie said...

Underbart Rune!!!!! Både bilden och orden. Kompositionen är så bra. Ha en fin helg.

Dragonstar said...

So soon to be erased - but this at least will be remembered.

James said...

This is one foot print that will last much longer than most. :)

Ruthi said...

great photo and great thoughts.

detroit dog said...

Very nice!

Dimple said...

Great capture! You clicked the shutter at just the right moment.

Anne said...

Ord og bidle som står så godt sammen, som hånd i hanske. Dette likte jeg Rune :-)

God helg til deg

Kitty said...

I love the softness of the water against the grain of the sand - it's like a curtain being drawn across.

Lachezar said...

Well captured moment in time!

Lew said...

Thanks for your comment on my 9/11 post. I also hope there is never another day like Sept. 11, 2001! For some stunning photos related to today, see Washington Post photo gallery. (Ads at the beginning are aterrible intro)

@nemonen said...

Tjusigt och jag undrar vem som varit där.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Great photo and apparently captured just in the nick of time.

Darryl and Ruth : )

BirgittaB said...

Great b&w photo!

http://birgittasfoto.blogg.se/

Carver said...

I love the texture and the words.

Julie said...

Love your use of the diagonal, Rune. Makes it feel as though we are all slipping off the edge. Fine comment within a comment.

Randi's Tanker said...

Herlig bilde. Kjenner følelsen av å gå der. Lengter etter en sandstrand og varm sjø... Fin lørdagskveld til deg!

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations

Paula said...

I like the contrasting textures,tonality and the composition very much. Seeing the footprint completes the photograph for me.

T. Becque said...

Fantastic texture.

ArneA said...

Big feet mean large shoes said Julia Roberts in Notting Hill

Serline said...

Great macro and texture! Have a blessed weekend!

Tine Berge said...

Beautiful photo! :)
Following your blog now on my http://oslophotoblog.blogspot.com/

greetings Tine

ormbunke said...

Fint och tänkvärt foto.

ANNA-LYS said...

Artistic, indeed, love the black and white ... nothing will be forgotten, everything we do have an impact somewhere in the ecological system we are a tiny tiny part of. A foot-print in the sand, will change a water-drops destination ... and so on. :-D

John said...

Another minute or so and they will be gone

Ken Mac said...

another of your great shots where I just wonder "how did she do it?"

Irene said...

Mmmm, lekkert! Liker tittelen også!

Og vil du fotografere i Drammen, så bare kom :)

GAWO said...

Noe blir vel igjen... håper jeg.
Bildet er helt perfekt i hjørnene. Du må ha siktet deg godt inn. Som en jeger. Stilig i hvertfall :-)

Viola said...

Noen ganger er det bra.. andre ganger er det vemodig.. livets gang.. Flott illustrert! :)

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

På godt og vondt ja... men et lekkert bilde du har tatt der Rune.