A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Her hair that lay along her back
Was yellow like ripe corn.”
(Dante Gabriel Rossetti, The Blessed Damozel)
– from the series What I am you cannot see (or I am your other face), analogue, 2001, film Tmax 3200 , gelatin silver print-
always nice to pass you by kari
a kiss for you
…always a pleasure to have you near, Marcello!!
But i can feel it!
…and I thank you for that, Marcelo!!
Kari, I love the mirror image of the plat and the backbone, very beautiful image. Tx
Tim, I thank you so much!!
I feel there should be a third shot…it’s just an opinion ))) smiling …and maybe thinking )))
…yes, you are right, and it is, in “blog”… secrets and puzzles…more of this series soon… (…smiling and smiling…)
A fantastic diptych, Kari.
Vulnerability and strength!
Thank you so much, my dear Malin!! (…smiling for you…)
Beautiful-the b/w and shadow offer the viewer something mysterious and lovely-
Thank you so much, Meg!! Again and again, and again… (…smiling and smiling…)
ton travail, tes photos, tes self portraits, sont très fascinants…. un univers intense et fort….
Merci beaucoup, pour toi générosité… (…je sourire…)
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As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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