The Kurdish Princess

The bus 100, in Berlin. That was the time and the place for the little Kurdish Princess to seduce me, and I to capture her (in pixels that is, of course)

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©Andreea  Musat

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©Andreea Musat

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©Andreea Musat

subject for The Daily Post: Mighty

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These Anemones, Their Song Is Made Up As They Float Along

 

poem by Laurence Wieder

In 1954, in June

I saw a total eclipse of the sun by the moon.

I saw the flowers fold up, the birds

Stopped singing to the morning, the grass

Grew wet, and it was dark.

I was awake, but when I was awake

A while longer I woke up and said

“I have slept until now”, and now

I have stopped sleeping altogether

The total solar eclipse of 18 July 1860, drawing by G. Tempel
The total solar eclipse of 18 July 1860, drawing by G. Tempel

courtesy of Paris Review

Until Then is Now

Love at first sight!

Enjoy a new visual language, constructed worlds that speak to issues and concerns using light, shadow, and color to tell the stories of Heidi Clapp-Temple

She often utilizes her visually appealing style to draw the viewer in for a look at the sometimes complicated and darker aspects of life. Her current work involves a combination of photography and various fine art processes.The first part of her creative process is the creation of tabletops sets for the camera. She makes drawings which she cuts from paper and then adds multiple types of papers, glass, and various objects to the sets. In her studio she puts a sheet of white paper in front of the sets and illuminates them from behind to create scenes seen through the white paper. Working with shadow, light, silhouettes, and reflections she creates a final composition that she photographs.” 

Come Back
©Heidi Clapp-Temple, Come Back
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©Heidi Clapp-Temple, Dress Your Age
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©Heidi Clapp-Temple, Emptiest House
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©Heidi Clapp-Temple, Fountain of Youth
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©Heidi Clapp-Temple, Retrospect

 

 

Courtesy of : http://lenscratch.com/2017/07/heidi-clapp-temple-until-then-is-now/