“his dissonance would need, to be able to live, a magnificent illusion which would spread a veil of beauty over its own nature”
– friedrich nietzsche, the birth of tragedy, ed. r. geuss & r. speirs
what comes, around
(for wordpress weekly photo challenge, symmetry)
(and lucile’s The Clinic – Photo Rehab)
*shot with nikon d700, edited in aperture 3, analog efex pro 2, double exposure filter and silver efex pro 2, hope filled heart, spineless*
“when you consider things like the stars, our affairs don’t seem to matter very much, do they?”
― virginia woolf
(pijaca stari djeram, beograd)
and other times they
“sometimes i feel as if I’m racing with my own shadow”
― haruki murakami, after dark
in the dark
the need to purge
(for wordpress weekly photo challenge, shadowed)
“that familiar, yellow, solitary moon
the same moon that silently floated over fields of
– haruki murakami, 1Q84
through brazil and the lowlands of the north
through the patagonian pampas
open the door
to the east
And, if you are in the mood, you can also check out the interview I gave to City Magazine some time ago…
“some of us think holding on makes us strong but sometimes it is letting go”
― hermann hesse
This post is dedicated to the lives of the two people for whom these candles were lit.
To those who still remember and love them.
To all those who have suffered loss or who have been hurt.
Check out the other great photographers featured by The Daily Post team here.
You can also see my #photo101 contributions from my “other” blog featuring the streets of België here.
And take a look at some of my favourite photographic companions from #photo101 by clicking here or by clicking on the links below.
See Eastern Europe through the eyes of a self confessed negativist existentialist (who actually is anything but negative) with a thing about cats and railways and who almost convinced us that converge was a swear word Mara Eastern’s Personal Blog – a life in pictures and words
Take a look at the Netherlands, and Brazil, with my almost neighbour lucile de godoy – bridging lacunas
Explore Justine’s eclectic world, into which I insisted on introducing aliens, at Eclectic odds n sods – Parenting, Pet Tales, Humour & Photography
And meet Mitch with whom I discussed Thunderbirds, atomic powered jets and drew comparisons with Ansel Adams at Exploratorius – Photo Hack & Curious Wanderer
And look out for more from belgradestreets soon…
“We learned not to meet anymore,
We don’t raise our eyes to one another…”
– Anna Akhmatova