Tag Archives: photography

bromeliad, the birth of new buds

 bromeliad, the birth of new buds

bromeliad, the birth of new buds


for art dance literature music…

to change your language you must change your life.



Derek Walcott,

from Collected Poems 1948-1984

why is it so difficult to feed a nation?


this isn’t a title. i was just looking at this crop that i cut in half. i decided to take a picture of it. it was the shape and the colour and the abundant seeds.

the abundant seeds.

then it occurred to me. it seems as though nature wants to propagate itself. one fruit, one crop, one plant carrying so many seeds? it is not that the earth cannot sustain our population. but there are other factors, factors unique to the human psyche.

left to earth itself, freed from our individualistic preoccupations, we all could live comfortably here. but with me, meme, my family, my tribe, my country. so many different fragments of the whole, so many borders and boundaries.

seeds must be divided.

who bought the lands sets the price.

or the creditors of the person who bought the land set the price, decide how many seeds sent here, how many seeds sent there, how many seeds not sent at all because too many seeds being propagated and distributed can cause inflation.

les hospices de beaune

 les hospices de beaune bourgogne, france

les hospices de beaune
bourgogne, france

the shadow of a former life

 the shadow of a former life

the shadow of a former life

the day has ended and still i look for you




 sanctuary france


home and cafe


home and cafe

backyard path

 backyard path  dijon, france

backyard path
dijon, france

unknown organism

an organism i found on the beach. it appeared to be alive and well. its bubbly texture was enticing and there was the temptation to touch it slightly, just to feel what that bubble was. but i didn’t. there was a sense that its beauty was its danger. i though of jellyfish and thought that this may be related to it. poison, or whatever defense mechanism it had, would have been passed on by touch. even in its seemingly fragile and vulnerable position and appearance, there remained a sense of power about it; it remained powerful. its beauty was only to be observed.



Talking Caribbean Literature & Society

dan holloway

It is better to try to be extraordinary and fail than to try to be ordinary and succeed.

Creative Mind

the dabbles of an ecclectic soul.


children's author

Awapara Art

A Place to share My Love for Painting, Life, and my Wandering Mind

Infinite Windows

Meditations on faith and art

Ulrika Forsberg photography

A portfolio of unique photos and art by Ulrika Forsberg.


Art & Poetry... Deep in the Heart.. All Content is subject to the copyright of Nina Fabunmi

Современные пьесы

Современные пьесы — блог Алексея Марковича, где автор выкладывает фото и видео спектаклей, поставленные по его произведениям. Алексей Маркович, 39 лет. Писатель, сценарист, переводчик, режиссёр театра SCI-FI THEATER (Орегон, США). Алексей проводит творческие вечера, на которых читает свои рассказы.

Priya's Art Portfolio

A journey through visual arts...

Erika Takacs Sculpture

Paper pulp figurative sculptures and assemblages

Scultore's Blog

Sculpture, Art and Other Important Subjects

Cardboard Towns Città Di Cartone

Paintings, doodles & other art by Marco Bigliazzi


Stuff about Alexander Rosado - Artist and Consciousness Geek in Paradise


art, sketch, portrait, lifedrawing, landscape, seascape, water color

pure ART and SOUL

Imaginative and atmospheric art inspired by music...

Paintings by Aline

A Painter's Progress

The Future Is Papier Mâché

- Pictures of a City -


Realms of art

The Genealogy of Style

All the epigones find their own way

Angelika Ejtel

POETRY IN IMAGES│Ⓒ RapidHeartMovement All rights reserved

Askin ples

sa umetnošću

Ingaga Art

Painter & Surface illustrator www.ingaga.com

Miranda Rose

Art & Tattoos

P4 Art

Art by Pauline Papp

Lights Within the Darkness

Ideas Amid the Mundane

Studie i Petersborg

En blog om hverdagen på et russisk kunstakademi

Art's Arts

I Like Art.

Marilyn Marriottson