A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Seeing is in itself a movement.(…) Light comes to us by the sensibility. Without visual sensibility there is no light, no movement.”
These images tell a story… a beautiful story.
Thank you so much, dear Malin! To be able to see and feel is still a story to tell… (…smiling for you…)
Is there a sense of longing in these images Kari? …the sun is out but I am on the wrong side of the glass ))) smiling
…Alan, I think there is always a sense of longing and belonging in my images, lost and found, in and out…
Thank you! (…smiling for you…)
Thank you Alan, for understanding…
And now the sun has gone down )))
like this, when envelops us creamy – white light
when placed gently on our faces
and brings pictures of our memory and emotions
This is my favorite triptych, dear Kari.
Sun on your face, today too, and in every next day
…oh, this is your favorite? that is so nice… (…smiling…)
Thank you so much, dear Agnes, the volcano!!…
Sun, sun, sun on your face too… (…smiling again…)
Among your photos difficult to choose the ones that are the best, they are all excellent, but some of them are adopted stronger in my soul.
Thank you so much, again – it is so nice to know that you feel like that…
That’s what you have to say your photos is not exhausted, you are a treasure trove of thoughts and feelings.
It is an honor for me to be able to see it. smiling at you.
Thank you my dear, really – it is important for me to know that!!… (…smiling because of you…)
This is a beautiful, cohesive collection.
Thank you so very much!!
These photos go well with the quote, especially the two in the middle. They show movement in light. The top right one is on its own more still but I like it.
Thank you so, so much, again!! It was a beautiful morning…
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As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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