Don't read anything subversive into this board other than the artistic view of light, shadow, form and how light strikes the still faces. I am fascinated with water and light on water, reflection and the buoyancy of water. In my mind this page is not really about death although I suppose there may be an element of something figuratively being submerged or lost. I see this in that sense rather than as a realistic portrayal. If you are sensitive to this subject some images may disturb you.
Never let old shames keep you spinning in a stagnant sea of regrets. And never, ever let them sink you. For Life didn’t show you your mistakes so you could stay stuck in misgivings. It showed you where you went wrong so you might patch your vessel, pick up your lessons like oars, and row yourself down a more trustworthy route to happiness. ~ Sandra Kring
Come Sweet Death, Anne-Julie Aubry
‘Canyon Dive’ by Costa Dvorezky
This is Gregory Colbert a photographer. I saw this show when I as in NYC. These photos are uneditedand real. He swims with these animals. It was the most amazing art I havve ever came across in my life. Go to ashes and snow by Gregory Colbert and watch the video and check out how the photos were on display.. I seriously will never be as amazed by any other art.
The Fisherman and The Siren, by Knut Ekwall
Beautiful Photography that inspires me to be better everyday!!!