In the literature we can find references of water as a symbol of life (when water flows), like death (in stagnant waters), for purification, personification of the soul and of the Great Gods and also as a step of life.
The series explores the relationship between two people. One of them, the author. It shows us different aspects of a “love story”, talking about it between quotes as she is not interested in showing just a romantic aspect of it, but a honest and transparent one.
The Goddess of the Sea festival, Yemanja, is celebrated every 2nd of February at Ramirez beach in Montevideo – Uruguay. Initially, the overall picture is chaotic, confusing, but I gradually begin to see a series of events that take place at all angles, starting with the beach, the sand and then and at sea.
This series of photos, not represent all of Africa, some people there are, they are the result of having shared some time with them. They opened their houses for me and offered me their food, so I am very grateful.
Vietnam, officially known as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, has approximately 89,708,900 inhabitants. If well the Vietnamese population is largely composed of young (in 1989 39% of Vietnamese were under 15 years old) is a culturally unified nation.
In the summer of 2014, photographer Jacqueline Zilberberg and writer Liliana Lara, both from Venezuela, met in Israel to collaborate on a project which combines images and words from the vision of those coming from afar. In this project, the protagonist is the desert.
My photography style of photo-impressionism allows for the abstraction of subjects and makes it possible to express feelings more fully without having to say a word. It allows me to put down thoughts, dreams, and fleeting moments in time with my pictures.
Travelling is for me one of the most beautiful things in the world and I’ve always been deeply fascinated by how emotions and feelings can sometimes play a huge role in how we perceive and experience those trips we make.
Photography is a very interesting combination of technical skills and artistic perception. While I enjoy mastering the technical aspects of photography, I try to keep uppermost in mind the artistic matters.
This essay deals with the seductive power of innocence. Like fractured narratives of a dream, the remnants of childhood float, honesty, credible emotions, the simplicity of the unexpected. Surges then the seduction spontaneously gathering its fortuitous results.
Born in Argentina, Betina left at the age of 8, when she went to boarding school in Europe. She Harrow Art school in London and studied Dramatic Art in Rome, before moving back to London to work in television and film production for several years.