Saturday, April 20, 2013

Between Kolbenova and Vysočany.


Last 2 are in the centre.

20 comments:

Anon said...

Nice flowers.

- Aangirfan

endpointithaca.com/blog said...

hey af -

love the keyhole in photo #4 = )

peace xo

aferrismoon said...

Ta Aang.

EPI - quite an elaborate device , a mix of baroque and functional


cheers

A13 said...

Love it when you post up your photography, but i am missing your posts
It's interesting to see images from your part of the world as it's so different to mine :)
All the best aferris
A

aferrismoon said...

Ta A-thirs,

events move so fast and with such rank absurdity

lies treasuring lies

hard to know what to add


cheers

Alex Robinson said...

quite an amazing sense of tranquility & a feeling of letting go of decay

aferrismoon said...

The site is very tranquil, in the water u can see the fish [ how they got there ??]. 3 ducks also 'live' there, its nowhere near a water source.

cheers

A13 said...

Aferrizzzz says...
"events move so fast and with such rank absurdity"
Yep...
it's been crazy fast
wish it was <<rwd back to the late 80's-90's...time has blurred and become revoltingly pizzafied..

kiss kiss bang bang..
Aye,

A13 said...

:) ahem, that last comment of mine was a bit shirayed aferris..
I should know better by now...
Prost A

A13 said...

speaking of my shirayed comment about the late 80's-90's..and the crazy fast, i found something that is relative..

http://vimeo.com/5484133

Mall mania! time lapse.
i also posted another link as well as this on John's paintings art etc...

cheers. me

aferrismoon said...

Ta for the vid. Malls too are mental madness, sprinkled with eternal wanting.


Tried some Macedonian wine , from vinyard Bovin. Pretty bloody good.
The Chardonnay and the Merlot

cheers

Atlantean Times said...

aferris.

i have a map i made on google earth from when i was writing about batman and st swithuns were i wrote that they would cause an earthquake in wales/ ireland.

The epicentre of the quake last night was right along a line i marked on this map

http://www.irishtimes.com/further-tremors-forecast-after-irish-sea-earthquake-1.1409721

This is just the begining. Hod i hate them..i hate them with every ounce of my being.

john said...
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john said...

That's better.

Hi aferrismoon. How's it going with the floods? From what we've been seeing it looks bad. Is this flooding worse than in 2002? Climate events and patterns round the world, we were getting this most of last year.

and nice one for the photos too. I like a bit of urban. My favourite was the first one, which is lovely, but I am intrigued by the many sided pipe (4th one) and the top one too, she's a bit Euridice.

Hope all ok where you are.

aferrismoon said...

Hi Gav

there's been a cuople of 'quakes in the Irish Sea before now, but a long time ago.

Here we have rain, though it abates.

Its all a media cyclone , to me , at times.


John,

I live 200m from Vltava but they claim today is the peak height of Vltava. Difficult to tell as other countries may have to open floodgates which will affect other rivers [ i.e Germany , after Prague, seems to have received a lot of Czech water]. Anyhow 5 or 6 days near continual rain, a large [ very large ] cloud circling the same position and dropping a lot of water.

Today no rain and even some clear sky.


Euridice going to the Metro [ maybe Persephone].

Can't tell you about the odd hexagonal pipe-structure.

They're from CKD, and old but massive engineering plant.

cheers

john said...

Good to hear the rain is easing off at last aferrismoon.

Ah hexagonal! I was having trouble trying to count the sides, probably a bit late I expect. Not to worry about the function of them, I scratch my head at most things mechanical but I appreciate the form. Industrial decay...I was looking at the old Ford plant at Dagenham a while back and though some of it is still there, much has been removed, so that the site looks like a massive empty space with a fence round it. It isn't so much in decline as vanished.

Alex Robinson said...

many happy returns to places you like to return to, & hopefully many new experiences as well

aferrismoon said...

Thanks Alex

I watched the receding floodwaters

cheers

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