and its shadows.
With the cold weather approaching, I can feel the warm and laughter of a night in Bologna with friends that no longer live near me and that I miss terribly.
These lights were (almost) the very first landscape I saw when I went to Tokyo. They were taken from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (東京都庁, Tōkyō Tochō) in Shinjuku.
Oh I miss Tokyo so much.
These days I have sooooo much (work) stuff to do that I feel I don’t have a moment to just stop, I’m continuously walking (I even dream I walk), going in a rush from one place to the next.
I’ve always been very active but these days oh I wish I could just disconnect for a moment.
In Paris there is a neighbourhood that scapes time, there is a heart that is pounding silently, a secret voyeur of the city from its hill. A place that has lived many lives and has been a witness of wonderful art.
And in a small square of this oasis, a few blue lights and a beautiful window.
What do windows have that I love so much?
You were so late today I had to leave the café. Only the furniture will wait for the future.
I hate apathy but from time to time I can’t help to feel completely bored with everything around me. Usually the first thing to be contaminated by this hideous state of mind are my photographs (and indeed this blog). I have no desire whatsoever to take a photograph, to think about it or even to post some around here. Not even Instagram is safe.
I feel a fog of dullness covering my mind, it doesn’t go away unless I do something about it, but it feels more and more difficult to overcome it with every day that passes by. I really hate this state.
Anyways, that being said, here I leap on by sharing a photograph I took on my last trip to Paris (a work trip so all the photographs I made were at night)