Modeling for natureΔημοσιεύθηκε: Ιουνίου 25, 2009 | |
However… the ‘stupid side of me’ is optimistic. Paradise is inside us. In the same way a giraffe adds value to an African lanscape, a man or a woman adds value to our own natural habitat. Because we are a part of the fauna the same as a heron or a porkupine. But visual arts have to go a long way until they show us something like this. Let’s start with the kind request that both artists and models park their vehicles as far as possible from ‘the habitats’.
We’d never have taken this photo in the first place, if we hadn’t walked there a long hour on foot and we hadn’t been in the same mood as the model.
P.S. when you see me writing in ‘courrier’ (fonts like a typewriter’s), you know this is scrap: thoughts that come about and drop in random here and there. This scrap is very important for me. I’m just a little bit worried that it doesn’t sometimes make sense…
Here is another for you «eco-freak» 🙂
Return to the Golden Age
We are like salmon, swimming back upstream:
leaping against waterfalls that thwart,
cut and bruised; but strong; our only dream
return to source; no thought save source of thought;
and in that fight, our iron age turns to bronze,
and we to heroes, in a war of soul,
as nature seeks the nature it had once;
though wholly lost, remembering the whole.
We silver salmon, sparkling as the sun
shines on our fierce and loving enterprise:
to rear our children where the world is one;
the source remembered, nature’s greatest prize.
The golden age is ageless in its gleam
and we, like salmon, swimming back upstream.
Thursday March 16, 2006 – 11:11am (PST)
Plato said the same (except for the salmon) in prose. So cheer up ‘eco-freak’. There is light in the garbidge.
Thursday March 16, 2006 – 10:34pm (EET)
-thank you very much for the poem. It counts. You are ‘a cause’ (or ‘case’ -some say ‘lost’). But …’loosers win all’ You ‘ve just won 5 points. Though surely you don’t need them; the redhaired girl with the long tress (did you think she passed unoticed?) in your Flickr photos is 100 t prettier than me and 100 t closer.
–‘light in the garbidge’ : I take it as a Platonic metaphor. Because in the real world the light in the garbidge is garbidge on fire polluting and giving out dioxines.
-I’m an ex-ecofreak, currently a respectable woman with career & an expensive new hair style.
Friday March 17, 2006 – 01:32pm (PST)
Not trying to score points Elle, just being a friend, a fellow former eco-freak. Don’t need any more troubles with women! 😉
Friday March 17, 2006 – 04:10pm (PST)
were you, brother? oh, the tired braves…
We’ve scored our points, you know. I can see it everywhere, inspite of (blablabla). A new awareness has been built and I can see this in Flickr, for instance.
(a bit of friendly tease is good to keep in shape, no? -now also brotherly -xxx)
Saturday March 18, 2006 – 12:21pm (PST)
tease us, ‘the tired braves’, «bomber». Give us new meanings and causes to fight for. The idea of the girafe in the savanah and humans in their ‘habitat’ (whatever this might be), is it yours ? Very remarkable.
Sunday March 19, 2006 – 02:49pm (EET)
trees vs. concrete
buildings fall down, trees grow up – beautiful people work together
Tuesday March 21, 2006 – 03:43pm (CET)
Let’s show faces!!!
Tuesday March 21, 2006 – 03:46pm (CET)
I’ll pose like Mariane in that painting of the French revolution if you like. You ‘ll give me the fuse of the TNT and I’ll light it with a shot of my pistol.
Tuesday March 21, 2006 – 12:46pm (PST)
Delacroix & Bertolucci style 😀
Just kidding ❤ the idea!
Wednesday March 22, 2006 – 10:13pm (EET)