the rabbit with a green bow

Samstag, 17. September 2011

Lose yourself in photographs or What it means to look at photographs.

The photograph – only a piece of paper or specially coated carrier of information and emotions? A piece of real world or just a disposable item?
What do we see when we look at photographs? It is quite likely that there is no universal answer to this question, because ultimately it’s not just one type of photograph, not just one way of thinking. Nevertheless, one can assume that any kind of representative inventory in the cognitive system of humans triggers emotions. Just like it is a private snapshots of the little ones with their chocolate-smeared clothes and meet us grinning into faces full of happiness or the professional panoramic image of a breathtaking natural spectacle, such as a tornado in whose vortex we seem sat absorbed almost before, but then again awakened.
So what does it mean to look at photographs? They take us on a journey. Sooner or later – no matter. The main thing: we’re in! Let yourself go, go with dreaming! Because far too often we are caught in the sadness of a colorless life. It is not interesting who made these photos or who is on it. Heart goes out to live with, make yourself your own thoughts and take a piece out of pleasure with this piece of paper that holds you captive for a period of time. It’s your choice.

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