Words snapshots & photographic poems
HMAS Sydney II memorial, Geraldton, WA.
I cannot say I know much of photography, but I cannot deny the familiar pathos invoked by the question and view onto brilliant horizons, yet still keeping a qualm of dread or uncertainty. Thx for the comment on my blog, and to answer your question, it was just a general blog of young angst, though not any less important than any out here.-wynn
Time may or may not provide what we're looking for. But it is the element of time, the process itself, that never fails even after we're gone. I love your site. I have added it to my favorite links on my blog.
Very thoughtful photo...
quando l'ho vista ho chiesto a fabio chi era...sembra vero!Bella.
@winn: :-) I tried to evoke those sensations with the combination of this photo and words, and I am so glad you pinpointed them. Thank you for your comment.@Judith: very true, Judith. This is a deep comment we all should treasure.@dmartini: thank you :-) ... but considering your talent in photography.. I should now think twice before posting!@amaramara: grazie, infatti ho cercato di prenderla controluce per lasciare in dubbio se la silouette fosse quella di una donna vera.