A walk in Roskilde

Took a walk in Roskilde today, same strange feeling as before, the empty big roads, occasional cars.. makes me wanna drive somewhere, alone, into the blue. Used to imagine myself getting lost in the autobahns, the German highways with no speed limit, somewhere in middle of nowhere, by the woods, the fields, the bright street lights, calling me somewhere, where there is no beginning and no end, no people, no life, just the speed, the freedom, the silence, the never ending movement towards the feeling and destination unknown…
A Walk in Roskilde

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Stalkers World

I was watching “Stalker” by Andrei Tarkovsky the other day…

such a great psychedelic movie. originally written by the Strugatsky brothers, it has the so called “Zone” which is a rural area with ruins of old buildings, cars and other obejcts and where the rules of normal physics no longer apply. Such a strange atmosphere of decay, death and desertion, it has the similarity to modern day Chernobyl.

A great site of the similar name – stalkers world – specializes on exploring the deserted ghost towns and buildingsĀ http://blog.stalkersworld.ru/

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Danish Summer

What a sad, depressing weather we got here… Makes me wanna listen to:

and get a little more delirious. Danish summer kills all my nerve cells.

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