dead end or just another pause before the deep breath

 

dead end or just another pause before the deep breath

 
this happened to me now first time – i started to write text without any solid idea what kind of images i will post today. “when I’m getting tired of people – I go to the trees, when getting tired of the trees – i go to their shadows..” – i wrote this in description to one of my previous post accidentally contained many trees and shadows. but nope, no shadows in my plans or maybe just a few – what our life without shadows?
these days i’m busy with the thoughts about what is next ? i froze a few running personal “projects” and thinking about “WHY” – why i use camera and what a purpose of my clicks. why i chose this causing pain occupation and not something else, less personal and less intimate… if you are suffering from the same disease – don’t wait for any wonderful solution here, but look on the first image in the series and remember – our life is zebra. sometimes the right answer is just optional, nice to have bonus, no more.
 
 
enjoy the Black and White nature …
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
dead end or just another pause before the deep breath
 
 
 
 
thank you and welcome to visit again…
 
 

32 thoughts on “dead end or just another pause before the deep breath

  1. Images beautiful. They all speak.. And your words “Our life is Zebra.” That is one to remember. I will come by to ponder the images a little deeper, maybe tomorrow when there is a little more time on my hands.

  2. Why do I click? Because I have to. I click because it makes me feel whole. Something needs to fill the void that makes us notice the monsters lurking in the shadows. And I still go through phases of creative “recharging” too. It keeps us on our toes!

  3. Some lovely photos here Victor. I particularly like the second and forth. That winding road really works well in Black and white and I love how the flock seems to hover at the horizon.

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