Parenthesis in a labyrinth

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Take only pictures, steal only time
leave only footprints – Unknown

84 thoughts on “Parenthesis in a labyrinth

    • Just a poetic expression. The sunlight falling crisply on the human figure gives a sense of passage/relief from above in a never-ending maze.
      Like the star Trek movie😉 and you disappear.

  1. Oh, I just adore this one, Arjun! The girl, the basket she is carrying, the homes on either side with planters and all, the electrical wires above and all done in black and white– stunning. I think it is one of your best, too, Arjun. You are really in tune with the Muse these days. I only wish I could take photos half as powerful. You have a great vision of humanity.

    • Thanks Ellen. I agree, this one is my best so far but I suppose it’s more to do with the country I live in. People, structure and texture make up for great images, I’m a mere recording device.

      • I know what you are saying but you have to have an eye to see the subject and compose the photo and then know how to take it. You are definitely not just a recording device!! Plus you must pick a great title. It is work of art as a whole. Not a postcard (and even that takes an eye).

        • A student once asked Bukowski “How do you become a writer?”
          Bukowski replied “You don’t choose writing, writing chooses you”
          I think that’s true for every art form.
          Thank you so much, Ellen!🙂

  2. Oh my God! I may almost cry. The Light, always the light there, inside, calling us. Around, the world, and in the middle of all, the human, in form of a beatiful girl. You can not do it better! Congratulations!

    • A ten page story sums up in a simple quote, instills in us new ideas and insight in an instant. The power of quotes is unparalleled.
      Thank you for visiting my blog. I truly appreciate your beautiful comments and support.
      Arjun

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