Friday, September 22, 2006
Full moon rising over the urban islands of Kastellholmen and Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. (2005). I took this photo last November with my Olympus SP-310 from the Fjälgatan, high above the cliffs of Södermalm.
"It doesn't matter anymore," she says.
"Why not?" he asks.
"Because things change. Because we've changed," she says.
He says nothing.
"I'm sorry," she says.
"I'm sorry, too," he finally says.
"I should go now. Goodbye," she says, before getting up and disappearing into the crowd.
And for one last time, he says nothing.
Somewhere beyond your peripheral vision, it's the same, and then, all of a sudden, never the same again. Yes becomes no. Here becomes there. Optimism becomes doubt. And you feel it.
But one Friday night in nowhere, you'll quit making lists of things to forget. Because, finally, it doesn't matter anymore.
Deep underground one of Stockholm's T-bana (subway) stations, there's nowhere to go but "upp." (2005).
Posted by dingobear at 22:11