thoughts in form of captions[Reflection 1]More Like This
Photography approaches the philosophical thought more than you can imagine.
Imagining you get to discover a reality that runs parallel to the 'our' reality.
The difficulty is to make it clear to others.
I think the conceptual is not appropriate to 'street photography'. It's like trying to tell a story to a child, having the hiccups.
The search for a language [personal?] often becomes as trying on clothes at a store, I think we should turnaround when we realize it
The difference between 'waiting' photography and 'hunting' (hide) photography: the first is showing you the reality of a moment, the second is showing you a conceptual manipulation of reality; the first gives to the reality the possibility of going elsewhere, the second freezes the reality, plasticizes it.
Blues for April 7Tell me something good, tell me something nice.More Like This
Today I got up early and heard all the bad news twice.
I turned on my lamp but the bulb was burned out.
My candles were whispering, but I needed them to shout.
I heard about a politician and a crowd he shook and stirred.
If he couldn't tell a lie, he could not speak a word.
Now the trombones in the alley are getting on my nerves.
And when I looked in the pantry, I was out of peach preserves.
Nine, eight, seven, six - four, three, two, one.
Five did not answer when I called it to come.
Once I was a young lion but now my mane is gray.
That is all right with me, I take it day by day.
I've got ninety-nine locks and ninety-eight keys.
If you have the last one, would you send it to me please.