Saturday, May 31, 2014

It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery ....

This photograph + this song =    ...........


7 comments:

ANITA said...

That is a beautiful song Fram!
Yes..those old tank ships!I remember well my father worked withthose supertankers..

It was a bvit lonely he alwa6s said--not much on the land..

howver you maybe have another meaning of the photo Fram?

Wish you a great weekend from ,The Sunny Westcoast of Norway

ANITA said...

i ment a bit lonely and always!wow my spelling is bad very bad..sorry!

Kaya said...

A few words about your barn. I think I saw once a photo of your barn. This time a barn looks quiet big and very charming! And festive also.

A photo + a song + music + mood - nice harmony!

Fram Actual said...

Yes, it is a beautiful song, Anita. Among the most beautiful, I think.

If the ship reminds you of your father and of his loneliness when he was at sea, that is what it means.

So, you have a beautiful song + a memory of your father. That is what the post is for you, and the two elements create a nice combination.

Thank you, as always, for coming to visit me here.

Fram Actual said...

There have been a few photographs posted here of this barn, Kaya, and now it has two new coats of stain/paint to brighten its appearance. I like the barn best in the winter when the ground is snow-covered.

I only have a photograph and a song with this post because I have no words to offer, which is unusual for me. My mind has been blank, empty, drifting like a boat on an endless sea for nearly a complete day now. I cannot focus or think.

Thank you, for coming to visit me here. Your appearance is always a pleasant experience.

Smareis said...

Fram essa é uma foto muito curiosa.
Essa música me faz lembrar de um filme que assisti bem curioso também.

Gostei da postagem!
Se cuida!

Fram Actual said...

The photograph is of an ocean-going ship on Lake Superior, taken just east and a bit north from Duluth, Minnesota. I sometimes write about boarding a ship in the middle of North America, and not setting foot on land again until I am in Europe. This is how that could be done and how I will do it someday.

The song is from Ennio Morricone, and was part of the score written for the film, "Once Upon a Time in the West." I believe a woman performed this song with "wordless vocals" in the film. It is very dramatic, very haunting, I think.

I am pleased you like the post, Smareis. Thank you.

Something special ....