lina zelonka

you just don’t get it, do you?
bad münster am stein-ebernburg (rhineland-palatinate, germany)

that day of the parade in the village, i think–but i’m not sure–that william and i had a fight. because i remember him saying, “button, you just don’t get it, do you?” he meant i did not understand that i could be loved, was lovable. very often he said that when we had a fight. he was the only man to call me “button.” but he was not the last to say the other: you just don’t get it, do you?
(elizabeth strout, my name is lucy barton)

auch wenn guter rat teuer ist
nohen (rhineland-palatinate, germany)

the super frost
jugenheim (rhineland-palatinate, germany)


salzburg at dusk
salzburg (salzburg, austria)

untersberg
the untersberg seen from salzburg (salzburg, austria)

“but i think it’s life that i wish for, terribly, shamelessly, on any terms whatsoever”
salzburg (salzburg, austria)
a fairytale
salzburg (salzburg, austria)

train window views
somewhere near salzburg city (salzburg, austria)

we destroy everything
kirn (rhineland-palatinate, germany)

21 – 21 – ❤ – 21
budenheim (rhineland-palatinate, germany)

don’t pin your wishes on me
budenheim (rhineland-palatinate, germany)


i trust that sadness
bad münster am stein-ebernburg (rhineland-palatinate, germany)
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“there’s always a sadness running all through you. – all so natural. – i trust it, you know. i trust that sadness.”
(alfred stieglitz)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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