lens-artists challenge #69 – seeing double

Tina, a brilliant topic …. fun to play around with.

“If it’s the right chair, it doesn’t take too long
to get comfortable in it.”
Robert De Niro

Two deck chair on the Gröningen Promenade in Helsingborg in falling evening light – August 2018

“Life can only be understood backwards;
but it must be lived forwards.”
Soren Kierkegaard

One pair of the sixty of period-appropriate shoes out of iron that is included in “The Shoes on the Danube Bank”,  a memorial in Budapest, Hungary, by sculptor Gyula Pauer. That honor the Jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during World War II. They were ordered to take off their shoes and were shot at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river and were carried away.  It gives remembrance to the 3,500 people, 800 of them Jews, who were shot into the Danube during the time of the Arrow Cross terror

“Man who invented the hamburger was smart;
man who invented the cheeseburger was a genius.”
Matthew McConaughey

One of my best lunches ever – 2 sliders at a beach restaurant and bar “X bar” just sitting the edge of the Atlantic ocean out in Foz do Douro, Portugal   – June 2017

“Kittens will make your sad go away”
David Wong

The cutest kitten that became my playmates for a couple of hours when I was visiting friends at their summer home outside Istanbul, in Şile –   April 2014

“It’s true, some wine improves with age.
But only if the grapes were good in the first place.”
Abigail Van Buren

Grapes and more grapes …. that is what the little town Pinhão is about. Located in the region of Douro, northern Portugal. This town is surrounded by hillsides and terraces where one of the world’s best wines is made. – September 2019

“The world is split into two halves:
the bacon, and the bacon eaters.”
Nick Offerman

The best place for two piglets on a hot day …. in the mud, Fredriksdal Museum and Botanical Garden in Helsingborg – August 2016

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27 thoughts on “lens-artists challenge #69 – seeing double

  1. Viveka – you always come up with the best photos, but this one might be my favorite ever. The images are perfect and the quotes are beautifully matched and thought-provoking. One of my personal favorite images, which is one of few I have framed on my walls, is my own image of the shoes on the Danube. I think that memorial may be the most moving I’ve ever seen. Your image is stunning.

    • A-C, thanks … the piglets was in great mood. My friend Irish was all dressed in white … and when she went up to them … the got out of the mud and both shakes their buttock and you can imaging how she looked after that. Brilliant. She toke with a big laughter.

    • Thanks, Dia ….. the burgers was very nice … and the setting they were served at … made them very tasty. I’m hungry too … chicken in the oven just now and it starts to smell good. DinnerHug … we have to talk soon. Miss you.

  2. Pingback: Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #70: Monochrome – P.A. Moed

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