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Walking on the Chess Table in Bucharest - revisit by Rikitza, visual art


In and Out - New Yorkers dream about Columbus by Rikitza, visual art

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emmanuelle waiting - revisited by Rikitza, visual art


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Artist // Professional // Photography
  • Israel
  • Deviant for 9 years
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My Bio
Born in Bucharest - Romania
Electrical Engineer - retired (but still active) in Space Industry
Living in Tel Aviv (Israel)
enjoying photography, travel and friends on DA

Favourite Visual Artist
Picasso, Robert Capa, Alex Levac, Jay Maisel
Favourite Movies
Moscow doesn't believe in tears, Bizalom, the life of others, the return of Martin Guerre
Favourite TV Shows
News - whenn they are bearable
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Perlman, Rubinstein, Horowitz, Leonard Cohen, Shlomo Artzi, Reinhard Mey, Paul Simon, Okudzhava, Serge Reggiani, Vladimir Vysotsky, Alifantis, Haris Alexiou,rivka zohar, Mercedes Sosa, Piaf
Favourite Books
it's seldom to read again a book ... but poetry I can read and read again
Favourite Writers
Stefan Zweig, Lion Feuchtwanger, Musso, Pablo Neruda, Paunescu, Szymborska
Favourite Games
Favourite Gaming Platform
NONE - I already play too much
Tools of the Trade
mainly NIKON, Microsoft, Adobe
Other Interests
languages, photography, grandchildren

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It is almost a classical dilemma when it comes to selecting the chromatic way of photos processing: color or B/W. the fact that the history of photography starts and continued to develop for so many decades with the B/W as the only possibility and that all its giant creators have only produced B/W works weights, of course, in making the assessment, especially when focused on street photography. As people remain addicted to the B/W of the old days and to the "silver flavor" of the the celluloid film days it's somehow unique to this domain. I have experienced by myself and have seen so many examples of how the technological progress eliminates virtually the "old technology" in its essence and even in its totality. For instance let's just as an example refer to the rotary dial phones that all youngsters would certainly have a hard time to guess their functionality and way of operation. No one would these days use such a telephone certainly. Therefore, I tried to identify what would be
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Many years ago, when still being diligent students in Bucharest, Sarina and myself watched an impressive theatre show based upon William Saroyan creation "The time of your life". Is it just a coincidence or a direct corollary of the dense substance of the essential core of life itself, it is still not decided but we have maintained a permanent link to this outstanding creation and have literarily used the term of "moments of life" as in the Romanian translation for many references to points in time (of our own life) that despite being almost insignificant thru themselves have the power of marking you (our) existence. Perhaps the outstanding performance of this show in particular as just expectable given the high-level of the theatre in Romania and Bucharest until these days, would also justify the anchor in our minds and cultural landmarks to this event. In recognition to it, I decided to illustrate some of such moments of day-by-day life that pin point towards our existence thru a
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Thanks for faving

Thanks for the fave:)

hey thanks for your favoriting a picture of mine ^_^may you have a good day

Mulțumesc! :)

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Thank you for the fave, Riki!