the unknown face

photo the unknown face ~ self-portrait of Tomas Karkalas
the unknown face ~ self-portrait of Tomas Karkalas

the pavement of the old town looked nice, but it was very difficult to go. anyway, now i’m happy for those troubles because I had to watch closely where I put my feet. That is why I saw the eyes looking at me from the pavement . Already the raised leg stagnates in the air. Would I dare to set my foot upon the stranger? I just couldn’t step on that unknown face .
Therefore I took a picture of him and share it with you as a reminder “Be more attentive. The Earth Speaks . It Lives “

Visual thinking is always a slogan worth reflecting on.

crazy paving or self-portrait?

photo 'crazy paving or self-portrait?' by Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

photo ‘crazy paving or self-portrait?’ by Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

This is the photo I took at a glimpse underfoot, yet its status would depend on your response, what is it? The ‘crazy paving or self-portrait?’
I think these questions will be easier to shell with the insight “While people seek privacy on a web, the artists fight for the publicity” in mind.
It would be beneficial to recall my last post self-portrait”  You will see a stump there, but do not wonder. Once, we all were green sprouts and gladden the eye, yet that youth has grown into a time to retire – the trees were cut and so the stumps have appeared on a road. The meaning depends on our memory. look here …

self-portrait

self-portrait 2013 Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

self-portrait 2013 Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and Poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” ~ Leonardo da Vinci

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