Photo: Are you talking to me?
Photo: “The aspects of things that are most important for us are hidden because of their simplicity and familiarity.”

~~~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
Photo: Bokehstan is my private country. I made up this name from:
bokeh + stan
Read about bokeh here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokeh
Read about stan here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/-st%C4%81n
Photo: Superimposed exposures create clouds of meaning, which help us get much closer to the emotional content of the image than would an absolutely sharp and well defined photograph. At some point the viewer starts resonating with the vibrations of these clouds of meaning and becomes part of a complicated resonance system. In front of us is not a photograph, but a tuning fork, marking a certain moment in the existance of the photographer and of the object. Actually, more precisely, marking a sequence of such moments. The uncertainty and blur of the picture becomes a more complex system of describing the world. It becomes a subtle and precise instrument of emotional cognition. It really captures the secret tremor of the world, which Baudrillard wrote about. It not only captures it, but it records it on a tangible medium.

"The dream" has become reality.
Photo: Tulips
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Joseph Siroker
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Bokehstan is my private country. I made up this name from:
bokeh + stan
Read about bokeh here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokeh
Read about stan here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/-st%C4%81n
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