Monthly Fragments; May 2013

Too many words have been filling our ears and eyes recently. Words about solutions, reforms, progress and social improvements. Deep down, they really speak of uncertainty, confusion, perplexity and turmoil. All those words flowing on a troubled stream towards rough seas.

Enough words now! Let me make some room for a few silent pictures…











All photographs by António Marques – © António Marques Photoblog, 2013

6 responses

  1. The images evoke uncertainty, but also an appreciation for purity and simple, honest beauty. Interestingly too that every image containing something about consumerism, is also empty and shallow. So much can be said, so much can be heart felt. What is happening in Europe (and the Middle East) really worries me. Not much is needed to start a fire. We better appreciate what we have and what really matters. A great set, António.

    June 1, 2013 at 18:24

    • António Marques

      It’s like we’re all on a big ship amidst foggy seas. We don’t know who the real captain is, the crew is inefficient and the passengers are powerless to change course, even if they could see a good one…
      Are the pictures we take a reflection of these times… or an escape?
      As for cherish the real important things in life, I couldn’t agree more. Thank you so much for your feedback, Wouter.

      June 2, 2013 at 17:42

  2. Beautiful images. I completely enjoyed!!!:)

    June 1, 2013 at 23:49

    • António Marques

      Thanks a lot, Nikkir.

      June 2, 2013 at 16:38

  3. Excellent set, Antonio. But i beg to differ: your pictures are anything but silent…

    June 2, 2013 at 18:36

    • António Marques

      Grazie mille, Alessandro.

      June 3, 2013 at 11:32

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