. photography & perception .

About

About me:

I guess I like observing as much as I like sharing. I don’t really like talking as much as I like writing, or reading. I’d say what keeps me going is I really like the rush. The rush of discovering. Either it’s through a book, an image, a person or an experience.

About this site:

The main blog page where all posts are automatically posted, is named “Untamed thoughts”. Everything/Anything posted there is all subject to discussion. The blogs are diverse in topic so therefore are categorized (tags) according to subject. The categories are shown (always) on the right side of the page, in blue font. For those of you who aren’t familiar with blogs, things are pretty simple. Whatever tickles your fancy as a topic (from the blue fonts on your right) just click it.. The categories are mainly abstracts from books, theories combined, traveling stories, articles, or just.. untamed thoughts.

Feel free to add in, comment, question, debate and thus enrich.

Purpose?

This site is mostly concerned with the collection of components, which combined, comprise elements of perception. The components (and therefore pages) are concerned with conceptual photography (page: Photography), with conceptual writing (page: Writing), with habitual writing and quotes (page: Untamed Thoughts) and Mediterranean living (page: Mediterraneo)

A PhotoBox is located on the bottom of each and every page. In there, a more rounded collection of photographs, photographs taken throughout a (brief) lifetime can be viewed, commented, loved, ignored.

The “Photography” page features some basic principles of photography and is basically the theory – the starting line when Photography became an art form – thus is the basis of any picture ever displayed as art.

The “Writing” page is a collection of short stories .. of Literary nature (at the moment has one short story of 5 chapters.. as far as I write, I post )

..and then “Mediterraneo” is all about Mediterranean living. It was always a mystery why I found myself connected faster with people who were either from the Mediterranean or the Middle East. Turns out it has to do with cultures and spices. Tradition and everyday rituals. The little tips and tricks that make Mediterranean lifestyle so vivid and unique. . ranging from food & drink info to theory of living, routines & rituals.. (a little bit of sunshine and olive oil vibe going on here..)

“Links” is rather self- explanatory. There are links to: photography wiki and links to traveling / location / abstract photographs, available for digital printing on posters, books, shirts, mugs, etc..

 

That’s that.

Yours Truly, The Author


“The purpose of philosophy is to attain the happy, tranquil life, characterized by ataraxia (peace and freedom from fear) and aponia (the absence of pain) and by living a self-sufficient life surrounded by friends. Pleasure and pain are the measures of what is good and evil, death is the end of the body and the soul ..and should therefore not be feared, the gods do not reward or punish humans, the universe is infinite and eternal, events in the world …are ultimately based on the motions and interactions of atoms moving in empty space.”

Epicurus


One response

  1. " Ionia "

    Coming a long way,my genes and origins impose my answer.Therefore,I cannot resist but to express myself followingly.The more I get to comprehend,
    the wilder my insecurities grow;both conforting me and conforting me with moments of despair and contentment as well as appreciation for Brave Hearts and inquiring minds.I don’t become richer,only more aware and alert. Healthy or not,I can’t tell,nor do I seek the answer as I trust no masters but Time.

    December 23, 2010 at 2:39 pm

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