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Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation

4: Vulnerable

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Vulnerable

To allow myself to open up
To finally show what is hidden
To express what really moves me
How come it is so scary?

Yet the prospect of having to live
With all the pain locked inside
Emotional blockades ruining me
Can only lead to depression

So the urgency is very clear
I have to allow myself to open up
Fear of rejection and failure
Will surely be my guide for some time

Yet many have walked this path before
Teaching that in being vulnerable
Seeing the others are no other than we
We can share our most precious gifts

From this moment onwards
I let the free heart speak
With its shaky unstable voice
Stepping into an unknown world

Cause the world needs me to be
Vulnerable opening all senses
To the suffering and pain
Of the world in which we live

Instead of looking away again
I feel that this time i can stay
Let life run through my veins
As the heart cries out its song of hurt

The Autumnal

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the-shed

The air is pregnant with a colorful vibe
Hibernating and emerging go side by side
The trees paint everything in bright colors
As they’re busy shedding their leavy skin
Meanwhile earth is filled with infinite veins
Invisible threads form a neural network
Leaves provide the power which it drains
On ground level many mushrooms thrive
Everything is recycled in the circle of life

Stretching some muscles

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Pooh sometimes has wonderful postures while lying and presumably sleeping. This time he was stretching 3 of his 4 legs while lying down. Didn’t capture that, but i managed to get a few shots with one leg up high in the sky. The first image is rotated 90 degrees to give you a better look on how he was lying. Next is the same image in the original format. The third image is a close up of this cool position.

Pooh sideway

Pooh small

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Across the street where I live, they’re building a transit display for public transportation. Don’t know what it will look like, but it’s fun to see the structure rising from the ground. The skeleton is now standing. Used HDR technology for this image