Angelina Jolie photographed by Brad Pitt
The intimacy, the tiny hand of whichever one of the twins she’s breastfeeding, the connection between the subject and photographer, there are so many things that make these two photographs beautiful.
here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud
and the sky of the sky of a tree called life;which grows
higher than soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that’s keeping the stars apart
i carry your heart(i carry it in my heart)
- e e cummings
Drawing on the way to Chicago. During the first flight I was sitting next to a good looking guy and on the second flight I was seated in between two big old guys. Haha!
Every time I have an idea to create a window I remember that it’s prohibited to carry any sharp object on planes and trains. I even left my nail clipper in Middlebury. Haha!
Anyways, tomorrow is a new day.
I apologize for not updating this blog for almost two weeks now. I’m on vacation and I don’t have a scanner, but I promise you I will be back on track next week. :)
I really enjoyed my first trip to the states. The people were nice, the weather was amazing. We stayed in Brooklyn, Middlebury and Chicago. And although the trip has ended it was only the beginning of a new journey. :)
Edvard Munch ‘Separation II’ - Lithograph printed in blue, 1896, signed in pencil. L. 41 x 64 cm. S. 46,7 x 71,2 cm.
Batkid Saves San Francisco
A boy’s wish to be Batman inspired thousands of volunteers to help turn the streets of San Francisco into Gotham City today.
Five-year-old Miles, aka Batkid, has been fighting Leukemia since he was a baby. The Make-a-Wish Foundation helped organize an entire day catered to the caped crusader. Miles, whose cancer is in remission, rode in a Batmobile, rescued a damsel in distress and helped police capture the Riddler and the Penguin. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee even gave Miles a key to the city.
ضباط من الجيش العراقي امام المسجد الاقصى في فلسطين عام 1948 م
Announcement of Um Kulthum’s ‘Commend hope’ at the Red Cinema in Jaffa, Palestine, 1937.
إعلان عن عرض فيلم السيدة أم كلثوم. ‘نشيد الأمل’ على مسرح سينما الحمراء في يافا، فلستين -1937.
"Death Looking into the Window of One Dying", ca.1900, Jaroslav Panuška