wind on sea
Do you think rain is romantic? Maybe. Dark gray clouds water the sea, giving it coolness. In hot summer days we dream about them. In cold winter days we afraid them. Everything is relative. Water is life, even it comes from angry sky.
wild pigeons
On the side walk in a city several very brave pigeons gather close to a gentleman to collect the fallen scraps from his lunch. The flock of birds ignore the hustle and bustle of the nearby traffic as they scamper to each get something to eat.
broken crockery
A crumpled white plastic cup with vertical grooves is splattered with mud and rests on top of colourless strips of wood. The destroyed cup shares the frame with a completely crushed yellowing piece of paper. The neglected objects are framed by the diamond pattern grids from a fence in the background.
the candlelight
Three lit candles are lined up with profile view facing forward. The candle line up has two white candles at either end and a red candle sandwiched between these two. The small flames sway in unison to some unheard rhythm as they provide illumination.
black and white grass
Three furious blade cut the air in half. The softess touch to ever make such a drastic change, the grace and beauty of being delicate and pure now refreshes the sound of loud crowds, insults and offense. Standing up in the middle of nowhere, being a stronger force of nature.
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The moon
foliage, yacht, sea
This is a quiet sea port. We see ships waiting for their captains. In the first plan we see a spoiled stump. But the photo is succeeded
mystery nights, the night tree
a fiery glow emits from behind a thin streaming layer of clouds, like as if a vast brazier is burning on the lands spread out far below. Thick clumps of shadow covered trees block the setting Sun, in order to provide this terrifying, yet glorious effect.
wild by nature oceanside
The tentacles of the squishy reach the ground for the first time. Tracing the ground with the ends of their extension legs, they feel the hardness of the solid ground. Missing their home in the water with its softness in touch, they dry out completely, only to breathe when small portions of water drown them all.
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