Astmar Olafsson, Musician
"Að stríða við sjálfan sig er erfiðast af öllu; að sigra sjálfan sig er sá fegursti sigur."
To fight oneself is the hardest battle of all. To accept yourself totally as you are is the sweetest victory.
Kyoto-Tokyo Street Style
Pagan polymath Scot pictured on shoreline of a Perthshire Lochan with self-made kilted feileadh mhór (philamore) or “big wrap."
The colours seem to morph out of the landscape itself, which is part of its raison d'être
Photographer at Crieff Hydro
from Umeda Sky Building (梅田スカイビル)
"..vagueness has been good for me. The word means
two different things in Tokyo and Osaka, you know.
In Tokyo it means stupidity, but in Osaka they talk
about vagueness in a painting and in a game of Go."
Miss Sai Kung
Instagrammer and travel blogger Katie Mills ( wearing 'auspicious' red ) on location Sai Kung Harbour New Territories Hong Kong.
Sai Kung is home to amazing sea food restaurants. Post photo-shoot we made a bee-line to the bakery famous for its delicious Pineapple Buns.
Irene Evans, Poet
Arrangement in Grey and Black No 1:
hommage to 'Whistler's Mother'
Author of "Pleased to meet you.." a poem created expressly for photographer Trevor Taylor and his web site. Trevor admires Irene Evans Haiku-style paired back writing. The principle of 'less is more' is a theme explored in this online presentation of his work.
Composer | Conductor
Performed at Frontiers Festival 2016
Kita-ku, Osaka 北区
The metropolis of Osaka is a photographers dream. Contemplating this unusually human-free spectacle in the heart of the city I was minded of the Ansel Adams quote:
'There are always two people in every photograph:
the photographer and the viewer.'
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