Wolf Strache considered this iconic image taken during WWII one of his best photographs and it has become a symbol of that time. The original negative was confiscated shortly after its production and Strache made another negative in the 1970s with which he made later prints. The sign advertising the film Reise in die Vergangenheit (Trip to the Past) makes the image all the more poignant. (+)
Just to clarify: there’s a difference between being really enthusiastic about something and crossing the line with someone’s intellectual property.
And if you ask me about it, I might ask you to wait until I’ve finished my basic idea, but usually after that, I’m fine.
This will probably be the last post about things in general. Thank you all for understanding and withstanding my spam <3
Okay, I hear what you’re all saying about cyborg aus, but a cyberpunk au with Jack as a cryogenics lab experiment tho
Oh my god ohvmy god yes yes give me the thin g i ne e d it
SOMEBODY DO IT NOW
Hi, for-the-shipping! You didn’t have an ask (or at least, the link didn’t work for me?), so I figured this was the only way to really get to you.
I’d appreciate if you took down your post. I have no desire for anybody else to touch this au until I’m done with the story I was intending for it.
Okay, and now that I’m home, allow me to elaborate on that last post, since people are asking about it: