Once in a while there are these days when you feel like the last leaf on the tree…. and the wind is shaking you around… and then you just stop fighting and let the wind blow you away… and you just land wherever it puts you…
This image was taken in Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris. There are many good sad songs reflecting my present mood, and most of them are French.
“Autumn Leaves” is a popular song that was originally written by Joseph Kosma and Jacques Prevert. It has been performed in countless arrangements, but Yves Montand was the one who introduced the song in 1946 in the French film Gates Of The Night.
I am sad for no particular reason, but if there is anybody who feels lonely, you can listen this song with me.
These images were taken in Hyde Park, London.
In the light of the recent events I want to share a sad song by a Scottish alternative rock band Del Amitri, in which the notorious British weather is mentioned… 😉 All of those who are sad because no one loves you, welcome to listen this song 🙂
I think it is all because of the Summer slipping away. The songbirds fly South… Even this crow didn’t want to stay with me…
…and took off leaving his shadow.
Another sad song from a rock band Counting Crows.
Soon, so very soon all the creatures will hide…
… and even the spiders will freeze to death…
Ah, enough of that sad mood! Stop it:)
Tomorrow will be another day, I will do something useful and cross out another item in my long-as-a-life to-do list. To cheer myself up I will listen to the Gypsi Swing band from Waterford, and share their music with you all.
Photography tip of the day: Autumn is the time of clouds. If you are shooting black&white, use orange filter. Your sky will stand out.
Have a great weekend!