First of all I need a bigger barge or else there will be no room to store my ego after the most recent comments.
Sometimes the images invoke from others exactly the same response as from me. I think of Dale, commenting on the colourful poster in the snow. Spot on, just the way I see it and the reason why I had to take the picture!
Then there is the picture with the "wee little fire hydrant for wee little fires", also commented on by Dale. It was my attempt to a purely aesthetic approach, but thanks to the comment it becomes wonderfullly hilarious. Goes to show one does not need to be understood to feel appreciated!
Erik-Jan's guess is completely right. In most of my pictures there is a bike just around the corner, a motorcar approaching from behind, the dog about to enter into the picture and I gently hold back my companion.
That explains "Roads without people and stairs aren't climbed". It expresses my feeling of abandonment, having seen these places full of activity, energy and prosperity in the 1960s, just before it all began to collapse.
But then again, without this background the pictures would probably be the same: I like it that way.