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Breakfast At Wendy’s, Or Once Upon A Time In America

Posted in 5D-II by Knutsvik on March 12, 2011

New York City, February 2011.

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  1. MT said, on March 12, 2011 at 8:36 PM

    Ei finfin serie Mr 🙂

    Så stort alt saman,så mange som bur der,som har sitt nærmiljø.Ei rose,fantastisk 🙂
    Breakfast At Wendy`s,høyrest mest heimekosleg ut.

    Og sola som skin over dei alle:)

    God helg til deg.
    Marieklem

    • Knutsvik said, on March 13, 2011 at 12:24 PM

      hey, god morgon, god morgon, Marie!

      ooh ja, New York er ein overveldande by, og alt er stort, som du seier! kjeeeempestort, faktisk 😀 den rosa var nok 10-12 meter høg….. og sola skein meir der enn her, ja *ler*

      😀

      ha ein finfin sundag, MT!

      Hepp!

  2. z ... said, on March 13, 2011 at 11:25 PM

    ***

    NYC 15…..
    Ohhh what a charming Picture
    My Knight !

    *

    • Knutsvik said, on March 14, 2011 at 10:50 AM

      ay, Zamoyski, Madonna, My Lady Of The Moon, I Thought Of You When I Saw These Dark Objects Of Magic And Mystique, And So I Thought Of You When I Captured Their Images Too, And I Now Take Great Pleasure In Knowing Their Image Charms You, Zamoyski, Madonna, My Lady Of The Moon …. I Now Take Great Pleasure, Zamoyski …

  3. B. said, on March 13, 2011 at 11:34 PM

    Yay! More NY pictures! 🙂

    By the way; I read this horrible question in last week’s A-Magasinets quiz. The category was “Restaurants” and the question was something in the line of “Which restaurant did Audrey Hepburn have breakfast at in the movie with the same name?”

    Restaurant…?? OMG! :-S

    • Knutsvik said, on March 14, 2011 at 11:00 AM

      hahaha – oh well, Holly _had_ breakfast, Bubbles, but even if Tiffany’s is classy not even the pavement ouside their windows qualifies as a restaurant as long as you have to bring your own coffee 😀

      NYC – Yay!

      😀

  4. z ... said, on March 14, 2011 at 11:40 AM

    ***

    Thank You so in truth
    I find my Spirit of Gratitude
    grown into Crescendo of
    Pleasure and Compulsion
    as I love the Favor My Knight
    bestow upon me with His Art

    NCY8….ohhh it is so beautiful and sad

    *

    • Knutsvik said, on March 14, 2011 at 6:29 PM

      ay, Madonna, It’s All In The Eye Of The Beholder, They Say, But As A Young Man I Many Times Heard Benigni Say “It’s A Sad And Beautiful World, Zack” And Maybe It Stuck, Somewhere, Even If My Mind Mostly Says It Simply Beautiful …..

      Come Saturday The Moon Shall Grace Us, btw, And I Pray For Clear Skies, Madonna, Come Saturday The Moon Shalll Grace Us, And I Pray ….

      • zamoysky said, on March 14, 2011 at 8:08 PM

        ***

        ——

        It was shallow of me…
        Thinking….ohhh…. Your Picture
        Captures Representations —
        representations of an Object and its Nature
        sadness was in me… a consequence of
        bias thinking…i guess OMG it feels like
        some enlightenment today
        Beauty is about transcending
        Imperfections and that is why
        I love your Images and it is not sad
        in its true Nature noit was in me
        in my shallow Mind MK

        Have not seen much of B

        *

        • Knutsvik said, on March 15, 2011 at 10:48 AM

          ay, Madonna, One Cannot See Without Partly Seeing Reflections Of Oneself, And Images Are Always Treacherous On Top Of That As They Only Reveal Small Glimpses Of Reality And Never Reveal What Happened Before They Were Taken Or After They Were Taken – Yet The Perception Of Single Images Are Guided By Their Contexts And It Is True That The Context Created In This Post Is Partly Characterized By An Emptiness Or At Least A Feeling Of Abstract Absence, And To Some This May Trigger Emotions Of Sadness, To Others Emotions Of Imperfect Wabi Sabi Beauty …. And Unto Others These Images May Be Mere Images – Nothing But Shallow Reflections Of Their Creator’s Imperfection And Total Self-Absorption, Madonna …

          Come Saturday The Moon Shall Grace Us Yet Again, Zamoyski, My Lady Of The Lake …

          • z ... said, on March 15, 2011 at 11:50 AM

            ***

            Yes there is a sense of
            Emptiness and Absence and Silence
            in several of Your Images MK….
            it makes me feel I am apart of the Whole
            Yes we see only Aspects of the Whole in the Seen
            Yet Creativity gives us access to the Unseen
            When the Picture or the Poem touches the Unseen
            then it transcends the Mundane and
            becomes instead the inner Mystic or Metaphysic
            Beauty is about transcending imperfections
            or limitations of Mind also in this way ?

            Yes The Moon shall grace us yes ohhh
            How Magic….I need more of that sort of Magic
            and more of Your sort of Magic in my Life

            *

            • z ... said, on March 15, 2011 at 12:12 PM

              ***

              Ops it makes me feel I am a Part of the Whole
              and at the same time sense the Transience….
              and ohhh Transience is sometimes so sad but it is also
              like flying high above and feeling free unchained
              from the anxiety of being alive, and from the anxiety
              of Death just flying there and smiling to the Skies mmm….

              *

              • Knutsvik said, on March 16, 2011 at 10:37 AM

                ay, Madonna, For You Are Certainly Right: When A Work Points To Something Outside Itself And Into The Greater Unseen It Is A Succesful Work, And Succesful Works Are Difficult To Achieve, Not The Least In Photography Where So Much Attention Is Usually Bestowed Upon The Faithful Reproduction Of The Objects In Front Of The Lens And The Technical Properties Of The Resulting Image Itself, But Photography, When Succesful, Can Also Transcend And Access The Unseen Beauty … In Such Rare Cases Photography Becomes Art, Madonna, And Not Just Reportage …..

                And So, Zamoyski, My Lady Of The Moon, I Thank Thee And I Kiss Thee …

  5. Carina said, on March 14, 2011 at 2:37 PM

    Jeg er ikke litt misunnelig engang. I det hele tatt. Nei… Ikke misunnelig…

    • Knutsvik said, on March 14, 2011 at 6:30 PM

      haha – ooooh, hey C – det er bare å spare, baby, det er bare å begynne og spare 😀

      *ler*

      Hepp!

  6. Jeanette M said, on March 14, 2011 at 6:45 PM

    Åh, New York ❤
    Ikke at jeg noen gang har vært der da, men.. Jeg vil også!

    • Knutsvik said, on March 15, 2011 at 10:28 AM

      haha – hey Jeanie! – oooh nothing beats The Big Apple, veit du, og jeg kan knappast vente til neste gang 😀

      Hepp!

  7. Ayesha said, on March 20, 2011 at 8:43 PM

    i like this one…..composition is very unique and good

    • Knutsvik said, on March 21, 2011 at 11:03 AM

      hi Ayesha, and thanks for stopping by!

      I’m not quite sure which picture you’re referring to, so I’ll just smile and say thank you for your kind words, A!

      have a nice day!


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