my father was cleaning up our garden the other day, and as I went up to him, I noticed the way he had arranged this part; I know he was about to clean it up, bring it in some order and basically finish things, but as I saw this, I felt like it was the perfect place for me. seemingly, and that was an odd feeling, I could somewhat relate to the way the things lay there. so I asked him to leave it as it is and he accepted it ... now I'm hiding there to fully understand things. everything has gotten too much and things are a mess. I don't know. I wish I could just sit there forever and watch the time fly by.
on another note, I think I'm getting sick of seeing my own face on the photos. more and more, it is like a mirror to me, everything on these photos, the expression, the emotions, and because I know it's so awfully real it's kind of hurtful to look at ... I'll change it. I don't think I will take many photos with my face on them in the next days ... I'm just so sick of it.
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Conceptually I like your posture that fits in the surrounding rubbish and you fitting in the oval form of the tube between the parallel lines of the wooden beams. The overall blueish tint is consequently used in the picture; it adds to the atmosphere and it is well done. The face of someone fed up with himself can result in great portraits .......