Living room Gallery: March 2021

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It has been, as it usually is, one day. One can say nice, but frankly I do not remember. In retrospect, it may have been a nice day as I had idea to made my long time dream a reality. I had in mind all kind of variation of this idea. Idea to have own photographic gallery. As you may know me, I immediately had grandiose plans. And because they are always so great and big, they never become reality. What is even worse, they become nightmare which pushed me to depression as I do nothing only thinking about them and finding all kinds of reasons why they never can become this great.

Anyway, I decided that I start, this time, very, very small. Yes I need to cut half of my brain to force myself not to see this as demise. I see it as a step, which brought some real thing into existence and not air castles.
I have selected six photographs, printed them on A2 paper and hang them in our living room. After a week or three I though, maybe you like to see them. And this is it. First gallery exhibition from my living room. I hope, I will change this sextet in month or so and have another selection.

These six images, with exception of one are taken at the beginning of autumn of the year 2020. At that time my idealistic soul though that things did take turn to become better. We know now, that entropy is a pig and things usually go to the wrong direction.
At that time however, my world was full of colour, romantic views and those are captured in these images. Wind was blowing in the still green trees. Water puddles been muddy and sunsets burning crimson.

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