Hi all! I hope you're all doing well. It's been pretty quiet on the personal life front, outside of the earthquakes last week. Thankfully those didn't impact me outside of giving me a bit of a scare, but I was housesitting for my parents when they happened, and between that and the constant sound of fireworks and people rolling through the neighborhood, it was very easy to feel stressed, hahah. But, on the whole things are pretty good for now.
@Heidi and I have been on the hunt for tickets to the 2020 Olympics, which has been fresh on both of our minds. Fingers crossed that all goes well on that front, but if it does then you'll definitely be hearing another update from me, haha.
Did anyone watch any of the speedruns at Summer Games Done Quick? I didn't have a chance to watch them while the event was live, but I've been watching some of the videos in my free time. I don't know when I started enjoying video game speedruns, but it's fun to watch them when winding down for bed. I'm
Photography is a statement. Well, it has to be. Should be. War photography, abstract photography, cute things photography (even though, not to much for me please), photography of everyday's life and of the daily insignificance should be a statement. You can't go and shoot beautiful things and get satisfied with it. A transparent photography cannot be looked at as a photo by itself, but as a waypoint to an external referee, which points directly towards it's subject, and thus disappears, gets burned into the process. To stand as a photography, and as a subject, a picture has to justify it's arbitrary cropping, and contain into i
Sommes nous en mesure de comprendre l'urgence, lorsque celle-ci dure et s'étend bien au-delà du temps d'une vie humaine ?
Sinistre événement que nous commémorions le 26 avril : la catastrophe nucléaire de Tchernobyl fêtait ses 30 ans.
Au rythme de décroissance des isotopes radioactifs, détrompons-nous : Tchernobyl est encore tout jeune.
Ci-dessous, in-extenso, l'appel de Yves Lenoir, président de l'association Enfants de Tchernobyl Belarus, principal financeur du Belrad.
Contre vents et marées, le Belrad continue à mesurer la contamination radioactive des enfants du Belarus vivant