Hospital Memories

Når man ligger en ukes tid på sykehus, så blir den ene dagen til forveksling lik den andre. Det man etter hvert husker beste er små hvitkledte damer bevæpnet med lange nåler og
som regel var ute etter stadig mer blod. Men  – av og til kommer man litt ut av tåken, og
da må man prøve å finne tilbake til virkeligheten ved å gjøre noe lystbetonet og som man  kjenner igjen: Som det å ta noen bilder!
Så er det litt begrenset hva man finner av motiver i en slik situasjon, men her er da i alle fall et par panorama-bilder  fra omgivelsene (Drammen):
NB! På det ene bildet ser man tilsynelatende et solbelyst fjell i det fjerne?  Det ‘fjellet’
eksisterer ikke! ‘Fjellet’ er bare en refleksjon med litt uviss opprinnelse fra vindusruten,
men isteden for å prøve å fjerne ‘fjellet’, så arbeidet jeg det inn i landskapet. Det passer
jo egentlig godt inn akkurat der? 🙂
When you are in hospital for a week, one day becomes confusingly similar to the other. What one eventually remembers best are small white-clad ladies armed with long needles and usually was looking for more and ever more blood. But – sometimes you get a little out of the fog, and then one must try to find back to reality by doing something pleasurable and which one recognizes: Like taking some pictures! Then it is a bit limited what one finds of motifs in such a situation, but here are at least a couple of panoramic pictures from the surroundings (The City of Drammen)
NB! In the first picture you can apparently see a sunlit mountain in the distance?
This ‘mountain’ does not exist! ‘The mountain’ is just a reflection with a slightly uncertain origin from the hospital window pane, but instead of trying to remove the ‘mountain’, I worked it into the landscape. I think it fits rather good in right where it is?  🙂
(Compliments of SRB)
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21 Responses to Hospital Memories

  1. utesmile says:

    The gold mountain is rather funny and looks like you borrowed it from Australia. 🙂

  2. Seenorway says:

    That seems to be th way it is working, yes – provid
    you wish to stay alive! 🙂
    The good thing is that frozen vegetables hold a high quality and may be saved for a long time.

  3. -Eugi ☕️ says:

    Beautiful photos! How brilliant to incorporate the non-existent gold mountain!

  4. C.E.Robinson says:

    Well your photos are quite extraordinary. The mountain reflection especially. Sorry that you were in hospital for a week. Hopefully you are on the mend and will be home soon. Take care! 📚🎶Christine

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Christine. As hospitals go, I don’t think the issue has been resolved
      as of yet? I’m waiting for a date and new tests to be made, but at the moment I’m
      kind of stabilized (I think)

      • C.E.Robinson says:

        Good. Best wishes for a treatable resolution. 🙏🎶 Christine

        • Seenorway says:

          That is the problem at the moment. There is a limit to most things and – I’m soon 85!

          • C.E.Robinson says:

            Svein, there are many things treatable, even in older aged people. Don’t despair. Keep a good thought. 📚🎶 Christine

            • Seenorway says:

              Oh, I am! But I’m perhaps relaxed in a bit different way than you think? 🙂
              We are all going out the same door at one point in time, and – there isn’t all that much we can do about it. If I was less than 60, I’d probably feel scared, but I’m soon to hit on 85
              – old enough to tackle what comes my way. But at the moment, I don’t know! And –
              contemplating the issue, I really don’t think I want to know. That will spoil most of my time left here! Que sera, sera! 🙂

            • C.E.Robinson says:

              Perhaps a good attitude that helps you more than knowing. I’d keep that thought. Best wishes, Svein. 🌺🎶

        • Seenorway says:

          By the way, Christine, – how is the water situation in California these days?
          4-5 weeks ago I saw some horrid pictures from your water magazines and read that farmers would have serious problems with their crops this year?

          • C.E.Robinson says:

            No rain yet. Yes, it’s bad for the crops. 😞🤨

            • Seenorway says:

              Resulting in a major price lift pretty soon?!
              I have filled my fridge with mixed vegetables!
              I’m afraid that this will spread slowly to the rest of the world as well!
              (Like the prices on energy!)

            • C.E.Robinson says:

              I noticed the poor quality of some fresh vegetables in supermarkets. And some that look good are more expensive. I think you are right.

            • Seenorway says:

              Imagine some potatoes that usually sell for 2 dollar/lb. And 50% of the farmers crop turn out badly. Now what? The farer will try to sell his bad crop at 1 dollar/lb, but his top grade potatoes will be sold for 3 dollars/lb, thus he won’t loose much. But you will! 🙂

            • C.E.Robinson says:

              You got it. We are forced to buy the expensive vegetables the next time, and forever! 😞😫😣

  5. Seenorway says:

    I kind of liked it too, Peri, so instead of obvious repair-work, I chose a bit of digital art to make it work. Happy with the result! 🙂

  6. peri, poet. says:

    The gold mountain does not exist! Wow, and here I noticed it right off, wondered what made it so golden (fall fields in the sun? forests of larch trees? …). It goes so well with the autumnal trees and some of the rooftops, and looks like quite the hiking destination. Good job incorporating it, I guess; apparently quite effective!
    I hope you are feeling fine, and happy. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos.

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