血を吐きそうなぐらい淋しくても 誰でも良いから、ということにはならない だが、時間と場所、次々と流れて、去って行く…のが悲しい。どうしようもなく

” …compulsive mobility of 20th century life as a measure of social and moral instability. Freedom of movement is interpreted as the curse of movement — an inability to remain still, to come to rest, to be anchored.”

I do not really like staged photography. I like capturing one real moment. Because I believe it tells a better story. Simply a personal preference.

“… For this is the great secret, which was known to all educated men in our day: that by what men think, we create the world around us, daily new.

And now the priests, thinking that this infringed upon the power of their God, who created the world once and for all to be unchanging, have closed those doors (which were never doors, except in the minds of men),…”

Marion Zimmer Bradley “The Mists Of Avalon”