Photography Where The Days Have No Numbers Posted on November 29, 2020August 7, 2021 by Thomas Slatin November 2020 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Modus Ponens Next Post Open Door Policy 25 thoughts on “Where The Days Have No Numbers” I must tell I would feel a bit scared of having to sleep in the room. It looks like a bit scary Loading... Reply I’m just wondering the connection between the photo and the title. It must have a deeper meaning to be given a title like this Loading... Reply I could pretty much lie in that bed all day doing nothing, read a book, or probably sleep. This is a perfect spot for doing all that and wondering where all the days have gone by. Loading... Reply When the days has no number is when I stop working for people. Then it doesn’t really matter what day it is. Loading... Reply This is a good bed to relax ones self. The bed is full of comfort there. I perceive joy there. Loading... Reply I can easily remember when I was hooked on casinos. Second, Minutes and hours just passed by as if nothing has happened. Loading... Reply This is symbolic since the dark house shows no nice days and the days for these are numbered Loading... Reply Lost of days is really rear to me, but with this comfortable bed I am seeing in a remote area, I bet days count light not be that important. Lovely picture Tom Loading... Reply Love the pic and love the caption. Time really does stop when you look outside and take in the world’s natural beauty. It can also feel like time is endless when you stay planted in your bedroom all day. Loading... Reply Nice black and white take. The vintage feel is impressive. Loading... Reply The title is rather cryptic. It evokes some deep thoughts with regards to the photo. Loading... Reply What a lonely looking room. It does have some sense of creepiness. Loading... Reply This room does look like it is part of a mental asylum. Very eerie indeed. Loading... Reply I am in love with this shot. It is calming in a strange way. Loading... Reply A very neat looking room. I wish I knew the story behind it. Loading... Reply Where the days have no number? Hmmm, that means it would never end. The room though, looks so arranged and comfortable. Loading... Reply I would be afraid in this room. It is really very unsettling. Loading... Reply I still think your black and white shots are the best. I always find myself musing at them. Loading... Reply Indeed the days can pass so slowly when locked in such a room. It’s a very good photo. Loading... Reply The photo does look a bit grainy. I guess that’s the style you were going for? Loading... Reply Whoever lived here was one neat person. An introvert too I have to point out. Loading... Reply This room looks so sad. It seems to be giving off this deathbed/ asylum vibes and I do not like it sorry. Just looking at it tells me that I will not sleep here. Loading... Reply What? This is my house!!! 🙁 Loading... Reply A mysterious photo with those antics inside the room. The room looks dramatic with the interior design and the days really have never been numbers. Loading... Reply Pleasant highly contrasting take. The vintage feel is noteworthy. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.