wandering angles of seeing

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“WANDERING” GATHERS AND CONVEYS THE WAY OF WALKING THROUGH IN APPROACHING TO PHOTOGRAPHY WHICH IS INTIMATELY INVOLVED WITH PEOPLE’S LIVES, AND IS CLEARLY EXPRESSING A SPIRITUAL DIMENSION. JUST ONE STEP BEYOND EVERYDAY LIFE; ... IT SOUNDS A BIT LIKE CARTOON CHARACTER PERFORMING IN A MOVIE TOGETHER WITH REAL ACTORS. I REALIZE THAT MANY WORTHWHILE SUBJECTS ARE EVEN IN MY IMMEDIATE VICINITY.

 
It’s to me the never boring travel in the life. I find out in this journey human being is various in cultures but basically the same in its nature. I like to propose topical issues, bearer of classic timeless significance, catching the epic in everyday life. Great to figure out that usual things usually change its name to look something else, those ones unusual don’t have to; they raise eyebrows without needing to be labeled. That’s to say in order to amuse, in a turnaround, having fun. I’d like to do that revealing the insignificant rather than criticize fundamentals. That’s to me contemporary and looking forward. I do that in a narrative tone having more of pictorial echo than reportage. Any ethics matches with an aesthetics, any aesthetics deals with sensitivity, any perception of life finds its own means of expression. I choose to look at it this way:
 
 

REAR WINDOW: DAILY ROUTINE IN LACKING OF HUMANS

rear window: daily routine in lacking of humans


 
 

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nless we take account of some peculiar case, side “B” of many things is usually underrated. Dualism has ever been significant in different cultures; every element with its own opposite or specular. Come to my mind two great examples in human adventures and in collective imagination. If only we think what the world would have been without the Pillars of Hercules, or a tower and rocket launch pad system! You will notice that most of the

revolutions in the human lifetime had being passed through two pillars; ... for better or for worse. Beyond the limits appearance brings about, imagination simply stands for the willing to wonder at things usually right before our eyes, most of the time considered ordinary. These stills tell you something simply minimal on the household landscape of the home side “B”; rear window, a world further the usual sight. A friend of my father was used to taking us lands away when coming back from abroad business trips. Childhood memory has shot a particular pot never was missing on the table back in the early ‘80s. The little dehors corner was the stage of fabulous tales; I needed not to be really in those places of this planet.

“... There are two ways through life: the way of Nature and the way of Grace. You have to choose which one you'll follow. Grace doesn't try to please itself. Accepts being slighted, forgotten, disliked. Accepts insults and injuries. Nature only wants to please itself. Get others to please it too. ... To have its own way. It finds reasons to be unhappy when all the world is shining around it, when love is smiling through all things. ... No one who loves the way of Grace ever comes to a bad end. ...”

“THE TREE OF LIFE” by Terrence Malick quoting Thomas Aquinas