A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“What we live by we die by.”
– from the series Vidraça Lúcida, 1999, analogue, film Tmax 400, gelatin silver print –
A pathway into the mind is what I see here..
Thank you, and you see it very well!! (…smiling…)
I see it as I see it, if that is well, that could be a good thing 🙂
Wonderful. An almost humorous juxtaposition, but ultimately something like perfect timing. (Winks)
Oh! Love your comment so, so much, Jonathan!!… Thank you! (…smiling for you…)
Just fantastic. I find this very moving for some reason, provoking emotion.
Thank you so much, Karen! I´m glad… (…smiling…)
Yes! This is art!!
Nice to see some of your double exposures, my friend. Beautiful!
Thank you so, so much, my dear Malin!! (…smiling and smiling for you…)
Have a lovely week!!
Just a short word to say that I like your past analog images a lot also…
(and when I looked at this image, about a week ago, it reminded me a bit of something I shot last summer (not the head, but the sort of pathway or tunnel entrance to it) I will try to post it someday so you can see…
Have a nice day Kari (and your two other recent entries; the colored images; are very good too… but hey, you must already know that I’m quite a big fan of your art by now! Haha!
Hi, Benoît, et bonjour pour vous aussi!!
Thank you so much for your kind words about my images… well, I have a fan… it is lovely to know that is you!! hahaha… thank you!!
Até breve!! (see you soon… lesson nº?…hahaha)
I think that next lesson is n.3, but I still have to work a little more on lesson n.2…
Lesson n.1, though, I remember easily! Até breve!
(…smiling for you…)
Absolutely brilliant- what a stunning, deeply intriguing and evocative image…very moving…really, really loved this. Well done, indeed. Cheers,
Thank you so, so much for your comment, Autumn Jade!!
…and welcome to my little room!! (…smiling…)
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As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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