the fox told me, you become responsible forever, for what you have tamed.
. @sofie_conte bw editing
original photo by @anastasiya_dobrovolskaya .
dear anastasiya, this is one of the most beautiful photos i have ever seen. i just added some black&white magic.
thank you for sharing with me.
please, check her outstanding gallery.
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i specialize in editing art. as everyone sees art in their own way, i want to inspire you with my unique point of view, transforming it into the black&white inspiration. the way i see it.
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"a recordação é a esperança do avesso. olha-se para o fundo do poço como se olhou para o alto da torre"...
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“if you're lonely when you're alone, you're in bad company.”
― jean-paul sartre
a galley cook on the barque picton castle is all alone in as he prepares lunch for the crew. he belies sartre's observation, but seemed to be enjoying a break and a moment of solitude on a crowded ship. his place of work is a three-masted tall ship based in lunenberg, novia scotia, canada, and is best known for its adventurous international long distance sail training voyages.
"once word leaks out that a pirate has gone soft, people begin to disobey you and then it's nothing but work, work, work, all the time."
– the dread pirate robert, from "the princess bride"
piracy is an act of robbery or criminal violence by ship or boat-borne attackers upon another ship or a coastal area, typically with the goal of stealing cargo and other valuable items or properties. those who engage in acts of piracy are called pirates. the earliest documented instances of piracy were in the 14th century bc, and of course today piracy continues to flourish in some areas of the world transversed by key shipping lanes. however, thanks to hollywood, in the popular imagination pirates and piracy is identified with the 16th-18th century in the caribbean, as these two wanna-be william kidd's -- jammie on the left -- and anne bonney's -- maria on the right -- dress the part. [sourced from wikipedia]
"nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide." – napoleon bonaparte
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“every day is a new day. it is better to be lucky. but i would rather be exact. then when luck comes you are ready.”
― ernest hemingway, the old man and the sea
a hot, august day and this lifeguard in lake michigan off oak street beach rests on his oars, watchful of the swimmers in the slight chop of the waters. he's exactly in the right place, so should his assistance be needed, a distressed swimmer will be lucky because the lifeguard is where he needs to be in the moment of crisis.
“the most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”
― george orwell
a group of re-enactors display period costumes and a fabric/sewing project during a "pioneer days" encampment in kenosha, wisconsin. there were exhibits on cooking, sewing, dancing, period music performances, guns and cannons, canoes and a group of people enthusiastic about both preserving and sharing history to the general public.
“youth can not know how age thinks and feels. but old men are guilty if they forget what it was to be young.”
― j.k. rowling , harry potter and the order of the phoenix
at a summer concert an old man contemplates the innocence and play of the young and while these two boys are oblivious to his presence and how he may think and feel, if the old man is wise and lucky, in this moment, seeing these two children, he may recall the days and play of his youth.