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If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope that come true.
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It has been there for a time. i wonder why. But it makes quite a scenery for a photo.
Julie de Lespinasse
Coreopsis from the Garden of Wonder. Toffee and purple overlays used again.
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To be interested in food but not in food production is clearly absurd. - Wendell Berry -. Find us at SIAJNAD.COM
Mongolia 2012 , ilford delta 100 / no photoshop /
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" Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity. "
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“If the duration of history is not synonymous with the duration of the harvest, then history, in effect, is no more than a fleeting and cruel shadow in which man has no more part. He who dedicates himself to this history dedicates himself to nothing and, in his turn, is nothing. But he who dedicates himself to the duration of his life, to the house be builds, to the dignity of mankind, dedicates himself to the earth and reaps from it the harvest that sows its seed and sustains the world again and again. Finally, it is those who know how to rebel, at the appropriate moment, against history who really advance its interests.”
The Rebel, Albert Camus.
Albert Camus was born on 7 November 1913 in Dréan in French Algeria to a Pied-Noir settler family. Pied-Noir was a term used to refer to European colonists of French Algeria until Algerian independence in 1962.
Camus's first significant contribution to philosophy was his idea of the absurd. He saw it as the result of our desire for clarity and meaning within a world and condition that offers neither, which he expressed in The Myth of Sisyphus and incorporated into many of his other works, such as The Stranger and The Plague.
Camus was one of the few French editors to publicly express opposition to the United States' dropping the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. He resigned from Combat in 1947 when it became a commercial paper. It was then that he became acquainted with Jean-Paul Sartre.
In the 1950s Camus devoted his efforts to human rights. In 1952 he resigned from his work for UNESCO when the UN accepted Spain as a member under the leadership of General Franco.
In 1953 he criticized Soviet methods to crush a workers' strike in East Berlin. In 1956 he protested against similar methods in Poland (protests in Poznań) and the Soviet repression of the Hungarian revolution.
Camus maintained his pacifism and resisted capital punishment anywhere in the world. He wrote an essay against capital punishment in collaboration with Arthur Koestler, the writer, intellectual and founder of the League Against Capital Punishment.
From 1955 to 1956, Camus wrote for L'Express. In 1957 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature "for his important literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times", reflected on his writings against capital punishment in the essay "Réflexions sur la Guillotine" (Reflections on the Guillotine).
Camus died on 4 January 1960 at the age of 46 in a car accident near Sens, in Le Grand Fossard in the small town of Villeblevin. In his coat pocket lay an unused train ticket. He had planned to travel by train with his wife and children, but at the last minute he accepted his publisher's proposal to travel with him.
A little bit of work to do that.
If you try to go up and down this stair, you probably won't feel very well...
In color here karinian.aminus3.com/image/2010-05-21.html
With grateful thanks for inspiration from Edwin Cripps, "Artist of The Absurd".
The dreams of baby Alfred Hitchcock.
(the 'flu is proving productive.)
“In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.”
~Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
So, i have to do another exercise for the photography class.. and this is a little preview of the idea..
I have to represent the word Absurd (among others), I have a photo shoot planed for next week with some friends.. hope the idea works.. :D
Are you really sure that a floor can't also be a ceiling?
M. C. Escher