A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“The cradle rocks above an abyss, and common sense tells us that our existence is but a brief crack of light between two eternities of darkness.”
Very effective combination of images!
Thank you so much, David!
I regret only passing
in reeds by the water in drops
in everything what we are touching
and we are leaving
hands and light touches – like it very much!
…yes, to touch and feel… light on your face and hands…
Thank you my dear Agnes!!
Amazing light in an amazing soul… Beautiful, my dear friend.
…I am blushing a bit… Thank you so much, my dear Malin!!
Just a subtle and fragile frontier.
…yes, Marcelo! Thank you for seeing it… (…smiling for you…)
This whole post hangs together very well, Kari: your very evocative images – evocative of tension and worry – and the quote, and your title. As an ex-geologist, I know that we are here, in our present incarnations at least, for the merest flickering of an eyelid. In other incarnations, we may have been here before and we may be here again, but for now, the brief crack of light is right. Adrian
Thank you so much for your comment, Adrian!
…after the results of tonight, I just don´t know if I can at lest see the little crack of light…I see the abyss for sure…again, humanity insane… (…sorry for my catastrophic thoughts…)
Great photographs, I like how you put your images together to a composition! There is always more than one way to see and the problem is: with common sense nothing wouldn’t be anyway.
Love your comment, Jörg!! Thank you.
And have a lovely night…
These images tell a story.
I love them.
…and I thank you so much… for undestanding… (…smiling for you…)
I needed it, I’ve already finished the smiles of the last time.
…I will be here…for some more… (…smiling again…)
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