Monthly Archives: December 2010

Say “cheese” to 2011!

So 2010 came to an end and we find ourselves waving “hello” to 2011.  These days are days of resolution lists and looking onwards. But I, as always acting on my way, I am looking backwards, amazed by all the … Continue reading

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MIRRORS: Alicia Rey

1989. Barcelona, Spain. (I live in a village far from the city – I hope I always stay far from it) Who are you? Alicia Rey. I study, work, blahblahblah… What is it that took you to see the world … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Remembering Babylon

This week we’re travelling to Australia, more precisely to Queensland back in the 1840s. The book I’m telling you about is Remembering Babylon by Australian writer (and poet) David Malouf. It is a little pearl, as every novel by this … Continue reading

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Photography exhibitions: Iceland

Iceland: land of ice with a heart of fire. This week we’re travelling far in the north, to an island made of contradiction, where ice and fire have been living together for centuries in complete harmony, where humans feel so … Continue reading

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…ellipsis…

Some months ago I started a personal project called …ellipsis… …ellipsis… is a blog where I want to narrate the specific moment when I took a picture. It’s not just telling how but why I took it… what made me see … Continue reading

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MIRRORS: Beatriz González

1983. Madrid, España. Who are you? I try to be smile… I think the main thing to be happy in this life is to want it, so if there’s an option, it’s much better being positive. What is it that … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Waiting for Godot

It’s been some time now that I’m feeling like re-reading Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett.  And I don’t want to add too much about the text because it’s so powerful and meaningful that I rather letting you enjoy every … Continue reading

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