Sunday, June 28, 2009

Blog Day: Iran Protests



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8 comments:

  1. A very potent symbol that I remember most from the Mexico City Olympics. You have processed it most effectively.

    I am so glad you posted on this special Theme Day. We want our blogger back. The world is watching.

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  2. Yes , we want our blogger back. Peace. MB

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  3. excellent photo and show of support for the people of iran and our fellow city daily photo blogger who has been arrested.

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  4. A great image to support a fellow blogger

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  5. I fear the current despots will not be removed peacefully.

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  6. Thanks for supporting the cause.

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  7. I'm glad for your support. I'd like to make you aware of this video. Jump to 00:27:10 if you don't like to watch the whole video. I think this is what most western countries deny but it is all connected.

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Le véritable voyage de découverte ne consiste pas à chercher de nouveax paysages, mais à avoir de nouveaux yeux. (Marcel Proust)



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Here we are

Here we are

What time is it in Rio?

Compteur de visiteurs en lignes

What about the weather?

Who, where or when?

What?

We walk by the streets of our city and very often we don’t realize its images, which are there and which suddenly are not any more.

To photograph and glance is to guard images, impressions. It is also to re-discover the space where we live, our imaginary and scenario of our lives.

Our glance is not enough. It is necessary that others look what we see.

Andamos pelas ruas de nossa cidade e muitas vezes não percebemos suas imagens, que estão ali e que de repente não estão mais.

Fotografar e olhar é guardar imagens, impressões. É também redescobrir o espaço em que vivemos, nosso imaginário e cenário de nossas vidas.

Nosso olhar não basta. É preciso que outros olhem o que vemos.


Who see me?

To whom?

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