Few ours ago I discovered about Janine Antoni via. Watching and listening to her in this video (below) was like receiving one of the most valuable life lessons. It was really impressive, because she was saying what I really needed to hear at exactly the right moment. I had to watch it more than once to assimilate everything she was saying. Her words have been running through my head since then and I am sure that they will make much more sense in the future.
"So I practiced tightroping for about an hour a day and after about a week I started to feel like I'm now getting my balance. And as I was walking I started to notice that it wasn't that I was getting more balanced, but that I was getting more comfortable with being out of balance.'' Janine Antoni
Blue Night Over The Sky Blue Night Over Me Dis-Appeared Out Of The Window Me With Hands Hidden Under My Cheek I Think About My Day Today And Yesterday I Put On My Blue Nighties Go Straight To Bed I Pull The Soft Covers Over Close My Eyes I Hide My Head Under The Covers A Little Elf Stares At Me Runs Towards Me But Doesn’t Move From Place - Himself A Staring Elf I Open My Eyes Take The Crusts Out Stretch Myself And Check (If I Haven’t) Returned Again And Everything Is Okay Still There Is Something Missing Like All The Walls
Zero 7-In The Waiting Line Illustration above by Amy Devoogd
Scarlett as you have never seen her before by Tim Walker for W magazine, June 2o11. Dressed up as Buster Keaton, Malrene Dietrich, Sarah Bernhardt, and Giulietta Masina. I like her as Marlene. What's your fave look?
Blooming time The photos above were taken last Sunday at the Jacob's Well Monastery garden (Nablus) by me, except the last one which was taken by Katie