“we’re riddled with pointless talk, insane quantities of words and images…it’s not a problem of getting people to express themselves but providing little gaps of solitude and silence in which they might eventually find something to say” Gilles Deleuze. Link in the bio for why this quote is so damn important right now.
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No photos taken for more than a week now. But #shootersffa editing comp keeping me busy during this lockdown. Here’s another amazing photo from @shotsbyesco. Swipe ⬅️ to see the raw photo.
Here’s a cute happy face to help us ring in the weekend even if it means we only get to enjoy it inside until quarantine orders are over! Yay! 😊 ⠀
Have a great weekend, friends! ⠀
What’s on your agenda?⠀
I’m thinking I get to enjoy more ginger and lemon juices this weekend. 🤪 ⠀
📸: Getting your parents to interact with their children during a photo session is a sure way of producing more candid emotions out of them. 🎉
“Your home is your sanctuary, so you want it to be cozy and calm, but you have to be brave in your choices or else it won’t have personality.”- Erin Walsh
I loved creating this collection of original collages for @thecampbellcollective “Dreams” 9x12” looks good all framed up.
Dau 225 ~ It's amazing how much a mask can hide. [Not what this post is about]
As all the memes lately suggest, sooner or later I'm meant to die of boredom during this isolation. Maybe someday, but I think this lockdown will have to go on much longer for that to happen.
For me the lockdown has been an absolute blessing. I have been extremely busy every day so far with all the things in life I've neglected (except contact with friend, still working on that one. Don't have uncapped wifi yet). I have been moving earth in my garden and preparing the next patch of soil for my vegi garden. I've been re-prosperousing wood to make my first ever office desk. I've cleaned my car, I've shot a short little film which I never do and I'm making more. I've even started to workout again and be healthy?
I don't think I'll stop being bored for a while still because there is just so much I still have to do to catch up on my life😂 I wish I knew what bordem felt like because I haven't not been busy with something or atleast stopped that nagging voice in the back of my head reminding me to do stuff I need to do.
It is actually insane how busy a human can be and I'm not even that busy!?! I'm a small freelancer that take pictures and videos here and there and edits them. I do other things to but the point is my life is so simple and yet it's not... So much question to everyone us this. Is simplicity (simplicity=ease of life) what we search for when we chase after riches and wealth? Money is freedom there is not doubt about it but it can just as easily be a burden if you aren't smart about how you use it. I definitely need to go more into what my brain wants to say on this topic but I've run out of space.
Where do you believe true freedom is found?
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If I was self isolating there I’d go see the fur seal colony everyday 🤍 and would eventually (hopefully) spot a penguin (I refuse to leave NZ without seeing one 🐧)
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We want to hear from you! What are some strategies you are using to bring out your most original and inspired ideas in this time?
”Me canse de este lugar, de la gente y de sentir la obligación de interactuar,
cuando no hay conexión, cuando el sentido de casa se esfumó. Y lo único que quiero es estar conmigo porque ya nada me hace sentir cómoda, más que mi silencio, mis palabras y mi respiración." .
El año pasado escribí estás palabras y hoy al leerlas las siento como una visión. Como si en cada una de ellas había un código que me llevo hasta aquí de manera personal y colectiva, está necesidad de volver a casa.
¿Qué sentimos por hogar? ¿Cómo construimos un hogar habitable? ¿Qué pasa con mi adentro? ¿Cómo hacemos para convivir en un mundo tan diverso empezando desde nuestra propia casa?
Siendo que para muchos salir de casa fue el mejor refugio, porque la toxicidad reinaba en la convivencia.
Hoy, se presenta tan fuerte esta frase: "lo personal es político" y como aquello que hacemos afecta de manera directa a un otre. Lo individual como interactúa con lo colectivo y lo colectivo con lo individual. Me lleva a repensar todos mi quehaceres, desconstruir formatos que son obsoletos para el nuevo mundo que quiero.
¿Qué cosas nuevas quiero crear?✨
¿Qué cosas viejas quiero dejar?💼
¿Qué cosas del pasado quiero retomar?🌱
. #docovidmentar#mood#photoobserve #documentaryphotography#yomequedoencasa#cuarentena#hogar#fotografaslatam#visualcollective#visualoflife#photographylife#peru#vallesagrado
About the Park
MacMillan Provincial Park is a 301-hectare provincial park on Vancouver Island, Canada. The park is home to a famous, 157-hectare stand of ancient Douglas fir, known as Cathedral Grove, which draws visitors from all over the world. The park provides the only highway-accessible protected old-growth Douglas-fir forest in British Columbia.
• #quarentinephotochallenge day 9: “outside” so I decided to share a photo of one of the last outside sessions I did before the stay in, and while trying to keep it in the realm of getting to know me better, these two adorable red heads are my niece and nephew who unfortunately both have birthdays within this stay In Time frame! Looking forward to this all being over and being able to finally celebrate these two!•
"So, there’s a question I’d love your take on.
Is there such a thing as having an 'eye', an innate sense of beauty, an instinct for aesthetically pleasing perspectives when making art? Or is it an acquired skill? Is it something you can put into words and apply systematically or is the instinct better left alone lest it loses its magic?"
Image by: (@handersonchulet)
Meghalaya, the abode of clouds, is one of the most beautiful states in North-East India offering a variety of sights, activities, food and festivals to the tourists.
(📍: Meghalaya, India )
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Image by: (@manishvaidyaa)
The white-footed fox, also known as the desert fox, is a small, Asiatic subspecies of red fox which occurs throughout most of northwestern Indian subcontinent, Pakistan's desert districts from Rawalpindi to Rajasthan and Kutch in India, Baluchistan, southern Iran, and Iraq.
(📍: Gujarat, India )