weaving

"eEvery man's work, pursued steadily, tends in this way to become an end in itself, and so to bridge over the loveless chasms of his life”  ― george eliot
“every man’s work, pursued steadily, tends in this way to become an end in itself, and so to bridge over the loveless chasms of his life”
― george eliot

why’re we

here, he

thought

trapped, in a web of

our own

making, or

had he fallen, and

changed into,

what?


 

(my fourth of five posts in response to a very kind nomination for the “five photos / five stories black and white challenge” from desleyjane and for the “black and white challenge” from albert

(and inspired by a dreadful awakening and by a walk on the edge of town)

(oh, and as my fourth nomination, I’d like to invite alexandra, if she feels so inclined, to share with you her perspective on the streets of sofia and other places through five black and white images and stories…)

*shot also for lucile’s the clinic – photo rehab, with nikon d700, 50mm f/1.4 nikkor lens and edited in aperture 3, photoshop cc, silver efex pro 2 and analog efex pro 2 double exposure filter applied, what a tangled web we weave*

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