A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Well, we must wait for the future to show”
“It´s almost too dark to see”
“One can hardly tell which is the sea and which is the land”
“Do we leave the light burning?”
(Virginia Woolf, The Waves)
Haunting and beautiful . . .
Thank you so, so much, Meg!!
this is wonderful, kari
Oh, Anette, I´m glad! Thank You!
interesting to see some colour..it conveys a gentler mood, at least in this case. Thanks, for another look into your creative personality.
Thank you so much, James for your comment! Colour is more fragile, in this case, yes, less dramatic, but is very difficult to use it in a good way (I think!)
Love the images, it is like Blade Runner in daylight, beautiful muted colours yet the damage is a reminder of the damage that has occurred
Thank you so, so much for your sensitive comment! yes, the damage…
The eye/eyes are always interesting in the portraits
…they give, they take, they show… Thank you, Alan!
Like the photo. And still more the novel by Virginia Woolf, which is one of my favorite books. (Please, do not be angry because of)
Thank you for your comment! (how can I be angry, it is a beautiful book!!)
In the darkest moments of our lives our memories are like an abandoned and derelict vessel going adrift in the middle of the storm. Not even the brightest lighthouse can save us.
Thank you so much, Marcelo,for your beautiful comment! and welcome again, to my little room…
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As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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