midnight_cowboy"Do not let me hear
Of the wisdom of old men, but rather of their folly,
Their fear of fear and frenzy, their fear of possession,
Of belonging to another, or to others, or to God.
The only wisdom we can hope to acquire
Is the wisdom of humility: humility is endless." - T. S. Eliot2w
midnight_cowboy"Wings of Desire" - Held up my phone at an awkward angle for 10 minutes waiting for birds to fly by this space. I got looks of ridicule from people and an aching arm for it. But more importantly, I now get what it means to patiently (read frustratingly) wait minutes on end for the crucial fleeting second. Worth it?2mon
midnight_cowboyIn film and photography, there is a tendency to treat its subjects within the frames as typages. Reduced to mere shapes made of light and lines that are devoid of individuality and, more importantly, life. However, the subject then becomes a more effective mode for storytelling. But whose story will the figure be telling? His own or the person behind the camera?3mon