Docklands 3: Omphalus
His nest egg was a little house by the sea, adjacent to the omphalus.
posted on March 31, 2009
Docklands 2: She could feel him in the places where the sailors go ...
She could feel him in the places where the sailors go Dire Straights - Down to the waterline
posted on March 30, 2009
Point of impact
In an attempt to celebrate my 100th post [photoblog.com] and being very impressionable I tried Martina's [photoblog.com] trick of dancing on the ceiling with...
posted on March 22, 2009
The Magic Mountain
More Natur Schermerei from the archives…
posted on March 21, 2009
The Stones We Threw
The stones we threw I hear them falling, clear as glass, through the years Excerpt of Tomas Tranströmers - Stenarna (In my translation)
posted on March 16, 2009
November with the nuances of fine furs
The greyness of the skies makes the earth glow fields with their shy greens the blood bread darkness of the farmlands (Excerpt from Tomas Tranströmer's -...
posted on March 14, 2009
1/125 th of a second
An dreadfully long time ago I stole 1/125 th of a second of these kids lives. Now they're grown up. I wonder if they ever have the sneaking feeling something is...
posted on March 11, 2009
Just when you thought the nightmare was over ...
Did someone mention spring?
posted on March 10, 2009
See the grey tree. The sky has run through it's fibers, into the ground - only a shrunken sky is left when the earth has drunk. Stolen space twisted into a...
posted on March 07, 2009
After 35 bracing seconds in the temperate waters of the Baltic Sea, The Man In The Iron Mask decided spending the rest of his life in a dungeon wasn't such a...
posted on March 06, 2009
Swedish houses in lonely places
In the middle of a dying forest where decay reads through eyeglasses of sap the protocol of the bark beetles excerpt from Tomas Tranströmers - Svenska hus...
posted on March 05, 2009
The weeks pass Slowly, night comes. The moths alight on the window pane, small, pale telegrams from the world. Excerpt from: Tomas Tranströmer's Lamento (My...
posted on March 04, 2009