Sunday, April 27, 2008


D70 - 70mm, 1/125 sec f/2.8, ISO 400

It is often surprising when,

while going forward, we always come back.


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  2. thank you for your beautiful and inspiring comment

    your posts reverberate in my head
    I am saying to myself

    to hold sand
    loosen your grip
    and open your hand

    not so easy at this moment...

  3. I get this feeling when I return home, even though it's only 30 miles away.

  4. Forward and's all a circle enclosed leading to nowhere, coming from nowhere, hopefully empty.


  5. Thank you all for your kind and very interesting comments! They not only show appreciation but expand and cast a new light on the post, as if it were a growing seed. :-) Again my thanks to you all.

  6. i like to think of it more as a spiral, it seems like a circle, but when you go back to the same place...physical or're no longer the same as you were last time, you're grown... going up the spiral, to the same point in the circle, but on a different level...

    sorry if i'm rambling but it's the middle of the night and i have a temperature and can't sleep, so i got up to check out blogland, but my sleepy typing may be talking nonsense :)

  7. Actually Na', you are very right. There is no such a thing as a circle. The circle is but a spiral (a helix, to be more precise) seen from a perspective, as to hide its true structure.

    Thank you very much for your comment.

  8. thanks :) how is it your english is so perfect? i'm impressed!