My first real attempts at drawing only started a little after I turned 30. Just like with photography (and those teenage oh-so-deep-and-observant writing drafts), my absolute favourite theme has always been people. Even during the age of analogue film photography, when a film roll of 36 photos would last you a year, my friends would … Continue reading Back to basics
The anniversary peacock.
One day I found my Joy. Stammering and weeping I asked him where have you been? Ha, he said. I was going to ask you that Sarah Slean, One Day (imagem: Blowing Butterflies, Sarah Slean)
B - what you reach for is already there, in your hand, you may think we are birds condemned to the land, but somewhere eternal, beyond feeble sight. the gravity creature is always in flight. F - follow me follow me follow me follow me today is the fountain from which you must feed forget … Continue reading Abecedarian – fragmentos