Posts Tagged: cars

“Auto Ecole”; driving in empty places


“When I was young, driving was my crave
You drive me so hard, almost to the grave …”

(Bob Dylan in Someday baby)
Herstal (B)

A shrunken car


“Dear, if you change, I’ll never choose again.
Sweet, if you shrink, I’ll never think of love.”

(John Dowland in the song Dear, if you change)
Vaux-sous-Chêvremont (B)

Some things of beauty and firewood


“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever:
Its loveliness increases; it will never
Pass into nothingness …”

(J. Keats in Endymion no. 1)
Ombret (B)

Colourful meeting at a former mining site


“Black as coal they fell to their knees
For no one could hear their pleas
They wheezed and wheezed until no more
For the air they breathed was poor.”

(M. Moise in Ode to the miners)
Colfontaine (B)

Fitness on the junkyard

"Let us drink and sport today;
Ours is not tomorrow.
Love with youth flies swift away,
Age is naught but sorrow."

(J. Gay in Air XXII from The Beggar's Opera)
Seraing (B)