9 commentaires:

Laurent a dit…

You do not cross-reference this under "fleuve"?

It is wonderful, Valéry.

Joseph the Butler a dit…

This reminds me of Abelardo Morrell and his wonderful photographs of books. Do you know them?

Valéry Lorenzo a dit…

Dear Laurent
No, sometimes I wonder if the inclusion of an image in a series does not reduce its opening to the imagination, as well as adding text (I do not mention the comments. ..).
It could be before the river is the river.
The last refuge of the shipwrecked administration.

Thank you very much for your comment still relevant


Dear "Joseph the Butler"
Here is a comparison quite flattering. I know these pictures of books rather badly, better his series on the camera obscura and Alice.
I love the way he has "dissect" the processes and outcomes inherent in photography.
(This is not necessarily the main concern of photographers, but it is also mine).
There was obviously no intention to make this image look like one of his, but the coincidence may want ...

Thank you for bringing back to my memory his images.

Elisabethbaysset a dit…

Pour moi cette photo me montre que la terre se déchire en lisant ce que les journaux racontent de la folie des hommes.

Heureusement il y a l'ART.
EB

Valéry Lorenzo a dit…

Heureusement...

Sonia Sentic a dit…

j"aime beaucoup cette photo. Le papier me parle, on le dit presque mourant... il aura toujours ses adeptes !

Valéry Lorenzo a dit…

J'espère très sincèrement que ce "ON" qui le dit, est un menteur !
Merci de votre passage.

Sonia Sentic a dit…

je passe souvent... sans me montrer !

Valéry Lorenzo a dit…

Alors, je vous re-remercie, mais comment faites vous pour le camouflage,
Comme ceci ?

http://beatricea.unblog.fr/2011/06/30/lhomme-invisible-2/