Being is the most universal concept… but it is the darkest of all
© images and content Emily Hughes, 2014
Category: Uncategorized Tagged: 120 film, being, black and white, Heidegger, medium format, narrative, philosophy, photography, Rolleiflex, visual poetry
Gorgeous photos. Fantastic quotation.
The dark ribs of the soul..beautifully set..
thank you, Cath…. “dark ribs of the soul” I like that – sounds like the line of a song!
Beautiful, haunting loveliness.
Acute pictures of singularity. Great series.
Gorgeous shots. And that quote really got me thinking…
it’s a good quote… Heidegger gets you to the essence of things, somehow.
Your point of view is enchanting. Things we overlook, newly seen. This series dovetails with you quote so very well. Marvelous.
Thanks Elena. I’m glad you enjoyed the series, and my point of view 🙂
I thought of them like this… thanks!
Beautés suspendues, je ne sais pas pourquoi…
hello Anik – merci!
I would live happily in a colorless world.
I’m going through a black and white phase right now. I like the frugality of it.
My whole life is a black and white phase. I love color but something about maximum contrast or subtle grayscale feels so much better.
Silence … being … living the moment. These images are “pure”. Wonderful …
Very moody and atmospheric captures. Looking forward to more of your photography!
Yes , mediations. Intimate and universal, gorgeous.
these are haunting and amazing Emily. Inspiring
thanks… if you ever want to pen some words, just let me know 🙂
i always want to pen words :)…
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thanks I’m glad you enjoyed it; feel free to visit and comment anytime!
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