a unique series of landscapes in which Japanese photographer Ken Kitano uses long exposures to capture sunrise to sunset throughout the course of one single day.
The LICHTGRENZE is a unique light installation along the former route of the inner-city wall. Throughout the weekend of November 9, 2014, approx. Thousand lit balloons on a stretch of circa 15 km will reflect the erstwhile separation of the city. Emotional, poetic and serious at the same time, this impressive installation wants to commemorate the most recent historical event, the Fall of the Wall on November 9, 1989. - See more at: http://www.illumni.co/lichtgrenze-a-light-art-installation-to-mark-25-years-fall-of-the-berlin-wall/#sthash.dk9qrn0W.bPRchxVE.dpuf
I know, right? Doesn’t she look like a very serious businesswoman who takes no breaks from work and is always checking her e-mails and only uses social media for target marketing?
(And to think that this photo is uploaded from a company event on facebook.)
Black, always. And midnight blue and turquoise and teal.
Uuuuh I can’t pick just one book, how can anyone pick just one book? Fine, have a classic: L’Étranger by Albert Camus.
November:if I changed my name, what would it be
Probably to something ancient greek and hard to spell, like Andromache or Eurydice, or to the name of a city, like Venice or Florence or Odessa.