Tag: winter

tanto il resto cambia

“But sometimes illumination comes to our rescue at the very moment when all seems lost; we have knocked at every door and they open on nothing until, at last, we stumble unconsciously against the only one through which we can enter the kingdom we have sought in vain a hundred

of man and his creation

“The whole world is there for you. Gifts will happen, but only if you are patient with life itself, the shooting process, and your own limitations.” Jay Maisel. “Light, Gesture, and Color.” Im a firm believer in this concept – that photos come to you when you’re ready for them.

the great white calm IV

the great white calm III

the great white calm II

men in trees. winter edition

As  winter descends and ice takes over ponds, lakes and rivers, men, bundled up in heavy, thick coats and hats and dragging along an array of weird contraptions, head to the frozen bodies of water that seem to call to them like sirens and spend hours in an attempt to

la neve che cade

I can venture no further into the realm of minimalism (if you can call this that at all)…

snow me joy

December passed snowless. There was not a gram of festive feelings in me for it is encoded in the DNA of this Northern girl that there must be snow for Christmas and New Year. On the third day of the new year the snow finally showed up and made me

first bite

they promissed sunshine

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