Things on Their Own

Another day of not going anywhere, thanks to Covid-19.

Walked around and looked at nothing.

But there’s no such thing as nothing.

Everything speaks.

Our aspirations and joy.

Rules in many languages.

Things tell our lives.

Things arranged into sense.

Things in order.

The observer becomes a shadow.

Cheung Chau Yet Again

It never ends – this appreciation for a more laid-back lifestyle.

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It’s probably ideal, rather than actual.

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Still, it’s worth keeping in mind.

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We’re all tourists to this thought, this possibility.

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It can be commercialized, of course.

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There are those who buy the idea.

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Those who consume it and are consumed by it.

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We all gaze with a kind of desire.

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It all makes sense when there’s a vendor.

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Wants, desires and goods – a life that makes sense.

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A meaning-making kind of sense.

Camera: Leica M6

Lens: Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 SC

Film: Ilford XP2

Visions and Revisions (2 of 2)

We look again.

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We are on a quest.

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Where are the keys to our lives?

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We look up.

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We look again.

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Sometimes we do not look.

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We’re too involved in ourselves.

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And then you’re challenged by a look.

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You look elsewhere.

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Anything to recompose yourself.


Camera: Contax TVS II

Film: Fuji Superia 400