There are some people who live in a dream world, some who face reality, and those that turn one into the other.
Portraits of Rural Chinese Families with Everything They Own
Photographer Huang Qingjun has spent the past ten years travelling to remote parts of China persuading people to have their photographs taken along with all their household possession. The result offer glimpses into the utilitarian lives of millions of ordinary Chinese that appear not to have been swept up by the same modernization that has seen hundreds of millions of others leave for the cities.
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
A Hampshire car enthusiast couldn’t afford the classic Ferrari he’d always wanted – so he painted one on his garage door instead. More…
Hmm… In view of the circumstances, my hand has been forced and I have taken the liberty to pain the letter “L” on his forehead… First I thought, maybe the “P” for pathetic will be a good choice but opted for the more classic “L”, a more befitting choice under to the situation.
Be yourself and nobody else…
Was Once Was
Was once an egg,
But now a hatchling,
Was once a chick but now a bird.
Was once flying and hunting for worms,
Is now a lunch for a predator.
A meal for her and her young,
That once was kits but now cats,
Was once unknowing but now
That now goes off on their own,
And they hunt solo.
Rewinding back to the bird,
That was once alive
But now a demonstration of the
Circle of life.