“Most people lose the ability to see silver linings even though they are always there above us almost every day.”
Matthew Quick, The Silver Linings Playbook
Shot in South Italy, on a early morning after spendig the night under olive trees and a starry sky (in our self build VW Polo Camper :-))
“I stand for the human right to question, free from fear.”
Author, speaker and founder of the Moral Courage Project at NYU. Stand up for the right to question, without fear.
Shot in Tuscany, Italy. While visiting my boyfriends Cousine Sister and her beautiful little one, with big questions marks all over her face.
No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.
Shot in Gobi Desert, Mongolia.
We climbed up on one side of the dunes and saw this boy crossing the dunes with his small horse, sliding down the steep side of it, without a blink of an eye. A magical moment it was!
“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.”
Shot on the road towards Himachal Pradesh, India. This young boy belongs to a group of workers. They fixed parts of the road. While taking a short break from exhausting work, there was this expression on his face which made me pick up my camera. What is he dreaming about?
This post ist part of the weekly photochallenge.
I don’t think coolness used to be such a commodity among adults. And now it is.
Shot somewhere on the roadside in Himachal Pradesh, India… not sure if they are aware of their cool attitude.
“I don’t look for signs. But when things happen, I say, ‘OK, something must be right.’ Or ‘OK, something must be wrong.”
Shot in a church in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
And there is a funny part about signs 😉
Both shot in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia.