Shutter451 On 27/01/2004
Hmmmm...is it real or is it Memorex? Goes to that whole "what is photography?" discussion that av started. It`s real...and it`s not. A person could go crazy thinking about it.The "family reunion" went spectacularly, by the way. Mutual love at first sight. I`ll write about it when I have some more time. Thanks so much for the note.
Trst2 On 20/01/2004
thank you ronni for your comment on Kalevala (01/03). I have had a busy time at work, but now I hope will get more time for taking pictures. Probably I have to walk around and let the feeling decide about the pictures perhaps there will be some new. Cheers.
Apt615 On 19/01/2004
"To look: at everything which overflows the outline, the contour, the category, the name of what is... looking is submitting the sense of sight to the experience of interdependence..."on visibility by john berger 
Einstein2 On 19/01/2004
its a tree its a photo its art : - )
Boogers On 18/01/2004
Hi,Here`s a link for your weblog: <A HREF="http://www.timegoesby.net/weblog/2004/01/fotolog_followu.html" TARGET=_top>http://www.timegoesby.net/weblog/2004/01/fotolog_followu.html</A>
"Echolalia" is an interactive installation based on images, sound and expressive typography.
What I am after is to create a bank of images related to the theme "Echo .
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