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2010-02-24

meet me by the shell (2)


Enough is enough. A young lady no longer waits patiently by that symbolic shell fossil. Sculpture by Nils G Stenqvist.

Huddinge station, Huddinge (map) 24 January 2010

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

She was probably muttering "to hell with men!"... Nice follow up shot!

Andreea said...

Good, cause she looked like she was freezing.

Steffe said...

Probably a little too cold to wait around.

Per Stromsjo said...

Patience is a virtue... in reasonable quantities.

cieldequimper: Entirely possible! ;)

Andreea: She's could be heading for the indoor mall instead.

Steffe: Then again, maybe there was a phone call and they agreed on a rendezvous elsewhere.

Good to be exploring this artsy meeting place with you all!

Jacob said...

Well, hell, that's quite a shell! What is it doing there? But, as you suggest, it is a good place to meet someone.

Sorry about your weather. I'm sure that you're looking forward to spring!

Tinsie said...

That doesn't look like the same lady at all ;-)

VP said...

I understand her, I have no patience with abitual latecomers. My son excluded.

arabesque said...

i remember this picture. ^0^
always a mystery why the artist created a shell as an art.
but great foto!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Then he said, "Was your cell phone off? I called and called to say I would be late!"
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Per Stromsjo said...

Commuter train ("pendeltåg") stations are usually boring places. This sculpture does make a difference.

Jacob: I guess it's fair to say that spring will be rather welcome.

Tinsie: She did age a couple of minutes between the photos and the angles are different...

VP: Come to think of it, I should get myself a watch. Or rather have the battery replaced in one of the existing ones.

arabesque: Mostly luck, as usual. I was after the architecture and got this little story as a bonus.

Three Rivers: LOL!

Good of you all to stop by the shell with us.

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