Norway, 1965.

We begin our journeys together, looking to the future, looking toward the light.

Where life takes us, and the final destination:  unknown.

(photo courtesy of an anonymous reader)

Norway, 1965

Please view the previous posts Frames and Let it Be.


12 thoughts on “Norway, 1965.

  1. Guy Platt says:

    A thought provoking post. Great image to go with it.


  2. Jason Timmis says:

    Definitely a ‘life’s little moments’ moment. A great ‘everyday’ image and a great example of of why sharpness, post processing and megapixels have nothing to do with great photography.

  3. Perfectible says:

    Well me I love this picture!
    And as Jason said: A beautiful picture is and will always be beautiful, even if the media is outdated ….
    And I think there is a return to that type of atmosphere …

    Thank you for sharing Peter!

    Your Friend.


  4. Andrew says:

    Peter my mother and father were married for 53 years before my mother passed away 4 years ago. This image immediately made me reflect on their journey together.

    Thank you for posting.

    • Prosophos says:

      Andrew, thank you for sharing that.

      That’s the power of a good photograph (and I’m only writing that because it’s not mine)… it transcends the specific and invokes the universal.

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  7. Linden says:

    No one has made me think about photography more in so few words.

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