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What is language to you?
A barrier-breaker
An academic career
Books books and more books
A key to history, or to the future

< : = RABENKIND, jennydion2000, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. < : = RABENKIND 91 months ago | reply

    that is so cool, great photo. did someone help you to shoot it or is that all done by automatic release? did you wear the shirt only for that photo, or is that your common dress for a rainy day at home?

  2. < : = RABENKIND 91 months ago | reply

    oh and i think it´s funny that the glasses are lying there when you read the small font. myopic?

  3. diesmali 91 months ago | reply

    I usually don't wear a white shirt when I am home alone. But I thought it helped give that proper academic feeling...
    The glasses are only there for effect, I always wear them when I read.
    The photo is all me with a timer.

  4. < : = RABENKIND 91 months ago | reply

    again one thing to add.. i just saw the muster in the back and i´m pretty sure this was designed by IKEA (got my couch covered with that drapery)

  5. diesmali 91 months ago | reply

    Should be IKEA. Actually a friend made the draperies for me as a gift :)

  6. < : = RABENKIND 91 months ago | reply

    sure, i was kidding, it really helped. it´s all perfect, not just the academic feeling. the colours, the angle, the gradient of sharpness (not sure if one says this like that), and with the information that this was done by your timer, it´s even better.

  7. diesmali 91 months ago | reply

    Thanks, I was pretty happy with the result.
    By gradient of sharpness I think you mean "depth of field" often called "dof", or how much is in focus.

  8. Im Regen 91 months ago | reply

    Jösses, nu vet jag vad du sysslar med när du inte är på jobbet eller fotar...

  9. diesmali 91 months ago | reply

    Nja, inte riktigt nu, men man har ju studerat Engelska :)

  10. LemonSunrise [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

    Truly brilliant self-portrait! Not only do I admire the fact that you are multi-lingual, so joyfully engaged in your studying, but that you are also a highly original photographer :-). As your friend has already pointed out, I also love that essential erudite mark left by your pair of glasses.

  11. schindlerisme 80 months ago | reply

    I am in same situation but on the deutsch (which I study)-english (the books language)-hebrew (my native) line.

    לא יאמן, כמה המוח משתנה כשעוברים לחשוב בשלוש שפות. אני מרגישה את התאים במוח זזים, מתאימים את עצמם למציאות החדשה.

  12. < : = RABENKIND 71 months ago | reply

    i thought that i did disappoint you that much,
    i´m always observing your streem, but i´m even too embarrassed to favorite or comment your photos (they are amazing btw, you developed so very fast, it´s getting better and better...).
    it´s not that i don´t want to too, it´s just shame :(
    i actually miss that too, johan! one comment coming from you did always count more than 30 heart awards. remember, you were the only person who had the boldness to criticize my amazing marbleshot! that´s how all began...

  13. mischy_eva 52 months ago | reply

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    Grattis din fina bild kom på första plats i tävling 42 Min dag

    Svenska amatörfotografer
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  14. Rhisiart H 49 months ago | reply

    Seen and appreciated in / wedi ei weld a’i werthfawrogi yn Lexicography and Dictionaries / Geiriaduraeth a Geiriaduron

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