January 2020 and it is still way too early for winter to end. But the feel of this façade definitely got me into a spring mood. On this single sunny day at last I was able to test my brand new Canon tilt-shift lens outside and I am overjoyed with the first results!
Deeper conversations with @mrsbond_xx who explained the difference between self-love and narcissism very well. Be your own favourite and everyone is their own favourite but expecting that people think you’re God’s gift to others is wrong and a form of narcissism. Be humble and be kind always.
When you get asked by the fire department that you served 9 years on for a night shot of their newest engine...why of course you do it 🚒🔥 📸: Sony A6000 with Sigma 30mm f1.4 Lens
Background: f2, ISO 2000, 5” exposure
Foreground: f7.1, ISO 200, 15” exposure, and light painted
In colour, for a change. I really like the contrast between monochromatic indoors and the outdoors. Dramatic and strong light of the sunset and monochromatic stillness of the restaurant with bright white stars peeking through... I hope you enjoy the reflections from St. Ives as much as I do.
A collage I did as part of this fragile series where I explored breaking the original image. the image became the new material. Cutting up ones own work; a process of letting go and surrendering, while collage is an act of order. An interesting tension and contrast I have found myself more and more drawn to in my work practise; Chaos & Order.⠀
For more insight into my work processes and techniques come see me at The Show sat 8th Feb 10-11.30am at the ICC. ⠀
This week only - 2 for 1 tickets to @theshowsydney – tag a friend you’d like to go with to @theshowsydney and receive a 2 for 1 discount code on 2-day general admission tickets. Offer only open to the first 50 people to comment below by Sunday, 26 January @6pm.⠀
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Today's post refers to Reflection #4 in the ALL THINGS series in Reflections For Living. Read FOR ALL THINGS this week - because to live well in this new year, there is one crucial thing that must be done that is profitable for all things.
The Dublin Docklands, which was once the commercial hub of the 19th century and a key departure point for Irish emigrants and passengers. Did you know that it cost 3 pounds and 10 shillings to flee the famine? This was approximately half a year's pay for an average emigrant. 📸 @sebastianodestri
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Porque nos momentos com ela todo o resto perde a importância...😍
As vezes você só precisa estar na presença de uma criança para lembrar como é bom imaginar, sonhar, agir com o coração, ser verdadeiro, ver graça em tudo, ser você mesmo sem se preocupar com os outros, contemplar os detalhes, se surpreender com coisas bobas, amar INCONDICIONALMENTE, sem julgar, sem "mas", sem esperar nada em troca...
As vezes só precisa estar na presença de um idoso para lembrar que tudo passa, que a família é tudo, que os problemas que pensamos ser grandes são meros detalhes, que tudo vira aprendizado, que muitas coisas não valem a pena, que a vida passa rápido demais pra perder tempo com bobeiras, que viver vai muito além do que imaginamos, que o silêncio fala mais que mil palavras, que as coisas simples tem mais valor do que as complexas, que no fim você só precisa agradecer, pois TUDO VALEU A PENA!
The holy dip!!! .
Taking a dip in the holy waters is an integral part
of Hindu culture . Captured this at the confluence of
the mighty Bhagirathi and Alkananda, while a devotee
was praying and taking a dip at Devprayag.