A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“There is only one pleasure—that of being alive. All the rest is misery.”
(Cesare Pavese, Journals)
Good morning, Marcello – thank you so much…
Fabulous, Kari! I’ve been wanting to do some gif type things and this just makes me want to do it more. Is there some way that I can share it on sots? I don’t quite get how the files work.
Thank you so much, Ashley!! I love to do them… and this is part of a bigger project that I am “cooking” with Alan Mc Kerl…
…and of course you can post it, it will be my pleasure…I think it accepts them very quickly, gif format…
Thank you, Kari. I’ll look forward to seeing your project with Alan, too.
Breezy, flurious fun
Thank you so much for your comment, Barry! …and welcome to my little room…
You are welcome and welcome to my blog if you want to check it out.
Thank you, Barry…I will see it soon…
About the words; so true!
And about your self portraits; excellent and very well done!
…(…smiling and smiling…) Thank you so very much dear Malin!!
…and did you receive my “Silence”, yes?
Oh yes, I’ve received your submission :))
Really good; the colour… beautiful!
Thank you so much, Mathias!!
Beautiful, Kari! An incredible sense of longing and a touch of agony.
Thank you so much for your thoughts, Karen!! (…smiling..)
Love the “moving” images, Kari, they’re very well done indeed! Adrian
Thank you so much, Adrian!
…it is a pleasure to do them…
Fascinating post – beautiful compositions.. I have been thinking about gifs & cinemagraph possibilities. Like Ashley, I would like to explore it further. 🙂
Thank you so much, Joseph!!
…it is a joy to play with movement in the still… (…smiling…)…please try it too…
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As we live our lives forwards, but understand them backwards (as Kierkegaard says).
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