186 thoughts on “Night Shift.

  1. Very good. The title opens up the range of possibilities. ๐Ÿ™‚
    (We may have talked about it, do you read Science Fiction?)

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    • Oh…I was reading Science Fiction years ago….but actually I prefer criminal stories like ‘Nero Wolfe’ by Rex Stout. What literature do you like? ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Very varied. Detective stories for entertainment (Michael Connelly for instance), essays, history. Latin american lit: Garcia Marquez, Isabel Allende. I read in 3 languages, but little french lit. I like Houellebecque though. ๐Ÿ˜‰
        I heard about Nero Wolfe but never read one. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      • Oh, that’s really a nice range of literatur! I had read “Paula” by Isabel Allende what was very moving for me… Do you like Graphic Novels? ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Paula is on my shelves but I haven’t found the heart to read it. Yet. Graphic novels? Noooo. But I am a huge fan of Franco-Belgian comics. (And an avid collector!) Add a few italians such as Hugo Pratt. I don’t know if they are popular in Germany.

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      • Hugo Pratt…I heard about his work “Corto Maltese” but didn’t read it. But I will do. Some months ago I bought a old comic from 1951 by auction on eBay… did I tell you? Now I feel like a art collector.. ;-)))

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      • No you you had not told me. One can collect any kind of art (Kuntz?) as long as one sees it as art. I hope you like Corto Maltese. Start with “the ballad of the salt sea”. Pratt’s drawing style is quite special. one needs to get used to it. The stories are wonderful. What comic did you buy?

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      • The title of the comic is ‘Intimate confessions’ – sounds dangerous but isn’t…it represents the style and feelings of that time. So far from today’s zeitgeist. The print and colors are very special and interesting for me.

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      • Just looked up a few images in Google. Looks very interesting. Borderline… Lichtenstein actually. ๐Ÿ™‚ (Had to look up zeitgeist. I knew what zeit means but not geist…) ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      • Ah…I think it’s like the ‘spirit of age’…and yes, Roy Lichtenstein. I saw his picture “M..Maybe” today at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne. Really fascinating. I’m in Cologne for a few days enjoying the art collections here. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Great. I like Kรถln. Been a long time since I last went, but I do remember a beautiful city. Enjoy the “kunst” museums.

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  2. I love this. It makes me think of science fi fantasy movies/animations.

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  3. That is a fine effect. I come from extreme Northern NY and I remember night Northern Lights in the sky. If they could come down, they would look like your image.

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