walking into the townhall, she expected floors, rooms, offices. instead, she was greated by a sky ceiling, reflected in a – completely unbureaucratic – pond. (this is inspired by the photo friday theme “Reflected”. more reflections, here: light on water)
playing with symmetry, and following the birds / water theme once more.
apple harvest we have run in to color * (inspired & based on Stella Pieride’s “apple harvest“)
fall __field herbst feld herbst fall field _feld * some language field notes: while it takes just a slight adjustment to get from the english “field” to the German: “Feld”, the German “Herbst” is varies considerably from the season “fall”. The movemental “fall” is same in German, though: “Fall”. which also means: “case” – as […]
Quiet the chores, it’s the scratching that’ll do you in, wind in branches on tin, bigger than a rustle, beaks full and lesser finches aflutter. * (from Sina Evans, day 80: year/ning)
this constant crossing of reflections and images in the web – a virtual thoughtosphere (from “Worlds Apart“)
a day moment turned into night. what really interested me at first were the asemic tar lines in the asphalt.
a september moment from 2 years ago – one of the photos that i took, filed, and then never really looked at closely until now. it almost looks like an arranged collage of birds in flight, but it really is a snapshot of a flock.
no words. no words. just _____- this
today is inspired by reading Italo Calvino’s “Invisible Cities” – a meditation on cities: Cities & Signs. Cities & Memory. Hidden Cities. Cities & the Sky.. here’a another take. same photo, just the counter mirror. or, so put it as in Calvino’s book: Cities & their Mirror & a quote: “While the unique and final […]