It’s that time again for everyone to show your literary translations in photographs, the analogue style!
Play me a sad song, ’Cause that’s what I want to hear, I want you to make me cry, I want to remember the places that we left, Lost to the mists of time… – “Sad Song” by Au Revoir Simone
Sorry if I dampened anyone’s mood a bit, I am just curious to see how sentimental you guys are. If you have shots you think that best describe this verse of the song, no hesitations please and upload it now!
1 winner – 20 piggies, 3 runners up each receive 5 piggies
Upload ONLYONEPHOTO, please. Size is at least 768px in width or height, as always.
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