“There is the satisfaction of being able to look at the image without flinching. There is the pleasure of flinching.”
Antwerp, celebrating the act of observation.
If you have something to say with a camera then show it, otherwise it’s better to bake a cake.
(a rectangular journey)
(A square journey)
(Railways, heading to Antwerp)
(Old School Zoo of Antwerp)
(Moms come in all shapes and sizes – the zoo)
(All shapes & sizes – in front of the zoo)
(The photographer as human resources gazer)
(Sorry for the amount of my daily astonishment. Sorry, especially to my family.)
(While spending a lazy sunday)
(Spending an hour in Antwerp – looking for terrorism)
The mind is the real instrument of sight and observation; the eyes are just a vessel receiving and transmitting the visible portion of consciousness. – Pliny
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