my eyes touch the sky…

my eyes touch the sky...

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      • A whispering silence. A warming coldness. A fragile manifest of stone. A majestic rise of sky. Shapes of beings we can not see through, because their essence is too deep. What we can all see, every moment, every time, is what you brought into your picture. A shape –
        reduced, authentic and it could seem easy, unspectacular and banal. But that is all what we can see – formally. And then, hiding itself among the form there is something more in it. We can not name it. An unsearchable character within the form, creating endless associations, leading one to peace and satisfaction.
        The shape of a picture is the guide for its message – in order to transport the message to the audience. Sounds complicated, but isn’t.

        “One take a wonderful photograph because one see this certain essence of moment, generated by life, seen by love, and caught by eye!” J.V.S 2013

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    A whispering silence. A warming coldness. A fragile manifest of stone. A majestic rise of sky. Shapes of beings we can not see through, because their essence is too deep. What we can all see, every moment, every time, is what you brought into your picture. A shape –
    reduced, authentic and it could seem easy, unspectacular and banal. But that is all what we can see – formally. And then, hiding itself among the form there is something more in it. We can not name it. An unsearchable character within the form, creating endless associations, leading one to peace and satisfaction.
    The shape of a picture is the guide for its message – in order to transport the message to the audience. Sounds complicated, but isn’t.

    β€œOne take a wonderful photograph because one see this certain essence of moment, generated by life, seen by love, and caught by eye!” J.V.S 2013

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