Flickr Sunday - Elizabeth Sarah

Today's Flickr Sunday is about Elizabeth Sarah! This girl has one of a kind photographs, most of all taken with a polaroid, which I found very exquisite (and I envy her for having one). All of her photographs have some kind of dreamy and lovely feeling that makes me really adore her photographs! Usually she uses analog cameras to take her photos.
You can found her on: her site, blog, formspring, twitter, tumblr, and her facebook page. Enjoy!

Day twenty four.

The water flies over his head. You are me now as you lay on my bed. That is what he'd always known, the promise of something greater beyond the water's final horizon.


Day twenty three.

The cracks and lines from where you gave up they make an easy man to read. For all the times you let them bleed you.


Day twenty two.

Don't get any big ideas they're not gonna happen. You paint yourself white and fill up with noise but there'll be something missing. Now that you've found it, it's gone. Now that you feel it, you don't. You've gone off the rails.


Day twenty one.

These are some polaroids I found that belongs to my mother. I wish she still had the polaroid!


Postcards From Italy #1 - Protestant Cemetery.

I'm going to talk about my trip to Rome slowly (yes, I know I'm a bit late, but I only had patience to go through the thousand photographs I took now).
Today I'm going to show you a place I was amazed by, it is the Non-catholic Cemetery or the Protestant Cemetery. As you can tell by the name it was a place were Orthodox Christians, Jews, Muslims and other non-Christians were burried. It is also a cemetery for foreign people (I guess I only saw one or two Italian graves). It is one of the oldest cemeteries in Europe. Beside this facts this is the place where poets like John Keats, Pearcy Shelley and Carsten Hauch are burried.
There were hundreds of graves but it wasn't terrifying at all, it was a calm and peaceful place instead. I was surprised by such gorgeous flowers and statues by the graves and the good cemetery maintenance. There were lots of cats there (alive) who were being kept by voluntary people who fed and took care of them.
You can learn more here.

Flickr Sunday - Tamara Lichtenstein.

I found this girl few months ago and started posting some of her images on tumblr or on my other blogs because I just couldn't get enough of her amazing photographs. Of course her flickr is on my favourites for ages (since I found it, obviously) and now I'm sharing it with you so you can see her beautiful work.
She has lots of places where you can see her work, so here you go: site, flickr, etsy, twitter, facebook.


Day twenty.

Like a river I keep on rolling twist and turn to the sea. In the morning I wander blindly on the hot summer breeze, like a seagull in the sun. Today I'm moving on, tomorrow I'll be gone like a seagull into the sun.


I've been really busy this couple days because I have to do a personal logo for a university project which left me no time to post here. Anyway, today I started photography classes so that I can learn more about it, I'm really excited about it although it ends really late (at 9 pm) and since I start my classes at 9 am it is a bit tiring but nothing like a good coffee to help with it.


Flickr Sunday - Le Portillon.

 Le Portillon is run by a girl named Madelene Lindqvist. This girl has some inspiring photographs to the most simple but beautiful scenarios. You can see what she eats and you definitely want to grab that food out of your computer because in fact it is the loveliest food you've ever seen (I just called food a cute name). Then she shows her personal objects, clothes and stuff on her house and room, and once again she makes them utterly dreamy. Then she takes pictures to beautiful flowers which are just gorgeous (when I saw picture number six I automatically thought of Amélie Poulain). This is one of the flickrs you just have to share, so here you go with her flickr and you can read her blog too. Hope you like it!


Day nineteen.

Day eighteen.

You got a reaction. You got a reaction, didn't you? You took a white orchid, you took a white orchid turned it blue. Something better than nothing, something better than nothing it's giving up. We all need to do something try keep the truth from showing up.


As you may noticed, I just posted day sixteen and seventeen on the same day, but I haven't been around the internet these past two days, so I thought of sharing it in a row now. The other day I went to get Diana's film developed, and I guess today I'll have the photographs and of course then I'll scan it and post them here.
On a side note, it's a shame I haven't share Rome photographs yet, but soon I'll do it.

Day seventeen.

Bring that body back to me.

Day sixteen.

If I looked in the windows while walking pass through. If I stared at the willows with my seven black truths. If my eyes were to see what belongs to your mind. If you'd like keep perceiving what lies on my back and your eyes will shine through the glass of my wine and the willows, the windows, the pillows, and your mouth.


Day fifteen.

 In a manner of speaking I just want to say that I could ever forget the way you told me everything by saying nothing. Give me the words that tell me nothing. Give me the words that tell me everything.


Day fourteen.

And I can't face the evening straight, you can offer me escape. Houses move and houses speak, if you take me then you'll get relief.


Flickr Sunday - Teresa Queirós.

 Today I'm going to talk about a Portuguese photographer, Teresa Queirós. I discovered this girl few months ago and I fell in love by her eye-catching and dreamy photographs. I really like the way she uses the light on her work, it gives the scene some heavenly feeling. She uses both analog and digital cameras. I'm really happy for having such talented people like her in Portugal so I just had to share her work here. Besides, her work is featured in lots of magazines.
I'll leave you with her flickr, blog (where she tells the story behind her photographs), tumblr and her facebook page (where you can hit the like button and follow her work).