• Remanso, Final Song

    By Federico García Lorca

    The night is coming.

    The moonlight strikes
    on evening’s anvil.

    The night is coming.

    A giant tree clothes itself
    in the leaves of cantos.

    The night is coming.

    If you came to see me,
    on the path of storm-winds....

    The night is coming.

    ....you would find me crying,
    under high, black poplars.
    Ay, girl with the dark hair!
    Under high, black poplars. - Peter S. Quinn
  • Forget-me-not

    By Peter S. Quinn

    Forget me not in years ahead
    For I will still be there
    My blooms again I shall shed
    Throughout the summer years

    Forget me not, azure I unfold
    The colours of heaven so clear
    In spring again my blooms you hold
    Of sky blue fairest and dear

    (.........................myosotis) - Peter S. Quinn
  • and so.. they don't finish chasing the Swastika..till the end of time...they got nothing to do to get busy..lol - blownspirit
  • sad face - Clara Gallego

Anti-Fascism !

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This is a photo of a well known graffiti. I found it on a wall near the university of Coimbra, Portugal. I took the picture in 2008. The design says it all in such a simple way! Anti-Fascism, Anti-Nazism, Anti-Racism... We must never forget the past.
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For more information about my photos: info@benheine.com
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Remanso, Final Song

By Federico García Lorca

The night is coming.
The moonlight strikes
on evening’s anvil.

The night is coming.
A giant tree clothes itself
in the leaves of cantos.

The night is coming.
If you came to see me,
on the path of storm-winds....

The night is coming.

....you would find me crying,
under high, black poplars.
Ay, girl with the dark hair!
Under high, black poplars.

pokoroto, Aina..., Hi Ni, and 484 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. doodledubz collective 39 months ago | reply

    wot were doin 2day!!!
    fuk the edl and bnp!!!

  2. letaz68 39 months ago | reply

    Sorry Ben,

    Hitler used this symbol of peace to destroy it and Jews.
    It's evil especially in Europe.
    But the Swastika is peaceful.

    The word "swastika" comes from the Sanskrit svastika - "su" meaning "good," "asti" meaning "to be," and "ka" as a suffix.

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika

    Your art is very, very nice. I love your creativity.

  3. Hands of Skill 38 months ago | reply

    This is what I call creativity!!
    Amazing work.

  4. Amr at Tamimi 38 months ago | reply

    lucky to have run across such an expressive and a capable draw!

  5. Mr.Shultz 37 months ago | reply

    Ha, this image is so great. Makes me smile :)

  6. ShumkoV 37 months ago | reply

    The swastika is an auspicious mark - worn as jewelry or marked on objects as a symbol of good luck. The symbol, though, is extremely ancient and predates Hinduism. The Hindus associated it with the sun and wheel of birth and rebirth. It is an emblem of the Hindu god Vishnu, one of the supreme Hindu deities.
    flickr.com/photos/graciefer/1270525685/in/pool-1207899@N24

  7. Brayo 36 months ago | reply

    "never forget!"
    (let the cycle continue forever)

  8. Frizztext 34 months ago | reply

    This is a beautiful B&W Passion photo.
    Seen in:


    Thank you sharing with us!!!

    "You don’t take a photograph, you make it." - Ansel Adams

    If you receive 6+ awards click here and post your photo in this topic to receive a Special B&WPassion Award!

  9. Frizztext 11 months ago | reply

    hi Ben,
    thank you for sending your photo to my group BLOG IT,
    so I could introduce your picture
    with credit line and link in my daily blog at
    flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/05/20/neo-nazi-trial-in...
    I hope that will support your work!

  10. Frizztext 11 months ago | reply

    featured your finding again during the discussion of UGLY / BEAUTY:
    flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/05/21/tagged-u/#comment...
    +

  11. Frizztext 11 months ago | reply

    thank you for sending your photo to my group BLOG IT,
    so I could introduce your picture
    with credit line and link in my daily blog at
    flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/weekly-photo-chal...
    I hope that will support your work!

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