In Palamutbuku you have to like almonds.
There is a guy living nearby. I usually see his small studio on the ground floor when the weather is nice. The room is filled with books, in the center a desk with notebooks him working on. A globe is placed in the corner of the desk. His bed on the corner of the room. It is a sad picture I always felt. He had short hair some years ago, now longer. I never used to see him outside but recently he is there. Just across his house behind the closed tank station he is again with books. It remains so sad…
When I think about movement I picture standstill. Life is really short and I know tomorrow is always too late. There is no need to stick with dusty frames of the past. Call it carpe diem, it is always easy to say…
Euro Print 100
Process by Techno Photo
Self scan with Epson V500
June 2012 Brussels