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“The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” – G.K. Chesterton

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"Living means leaving traces.

"… the photograph, like the souvenir, is the corpse of an experience. A photograph therefore speaks as death, as the trace of what passes into history. I, the photograph, the spaced out limit between life and death, am death. Yet, as speaking as death, the photograph can neither death nor itself. At once dead and alive, it opens the possibility of our being in time."

- Walter Benjamin
  {Central Park]

"Living means leaving traces.

"… the photograph, like the souvenir, is the corpse of an experience. A photograph therefore speaks as death, as the trace of what passes into history. I, the photograph, the spaced out limit between life and death, am death. Yet, as speaking as death, the photograph can neither death nor itself. At once dead and alive, it opens the possibility of our being in time."

- Walter Benjamin
{Central Park]

Beyond Cartier-Bresson: A History of a Master's Early Work →

A new retrospective of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s work at the Centre Pompidou allows us to look beyond the Frenchman’s famous concept of the “decisive moment”

Source: TIME

Autumn Sydney

Autumn Sydney

#streetart #graffitiart 16.02.2014 raining & can’t explore the streets of #Sydney #whatsinmyphotostream