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Fragile resistance

A shell of its former self, but still standing, against all odds.

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Friends forever

They will be friends forever they’d said. In 2020 ‘forever’ was shorter then expected here in Bergamo.

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boardwalk.

It’s not the fear It’s the courage to ask: “Do you care?” A calculated risk is what you’ve been enjoying for some time now. And you might ignore what’s at stake as you’re lost on the waterfront in the early hours of a day that may not come into existence after all.

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The road chooses you

Time. The luxury of time. Freedom to choose the direction. Freedom to pay for spares and gasoline. Heading towards the horizon. Well prepared but without fixed route. Taking detours. And detours from the detours. Driving, following intuition, the landscape, a shadow on a hill. Exploring and discovering. Meeting people on the way. Sometimes yes, sometimes …

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Truth in mind

Do claims become truer if you keep repeating them? Who believes that? Someone? Seriously? Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths become truer through repetition. Truths …

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“Took you much longer than usual to remove the makeup.” “You reckon?” (red backstage door flush-shutting, spring-slammed in place by oversized mechanism, also red) “Up for a drink?” “Sure.” (men’s dress shoes, semi-shiny, size 9.5, clacking on wet, parking-lot-grade tarmac, accompanied by squeaky noise, probably sand or muck gathered on the soles, gradually disattaching and …

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Giants Playground

It is another world. At least unfamiliar. Colors, landscape, shapes, weather. Everything is different than usual. It hasn’t really started yet. It is the end of May, the roads in the highlands are still closed. Only the ring road that surrounds Iceland is fully accessible. But in some places it already looks like a playground …

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Colours? Yes, please but decent!

The first days in Iceland, heading south along the east fjords. It’s late May, the mountain roads are still closed but getting on some tracks off the ring-road already give a glimpse of what to expect. Woow, exciting!

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The Crossing

Sailing to Iceland – end of May 2019 This was the first thing I wrote: “Boredom on the ship. A 3-day ferry ride is awesome for those who have enough reading material with them. Water endless and a boring cloudy sky. When flying, you can at least chase a lot of films that are not …

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lollipop or cotton candy. he couldn’t make up his mind. his favourite act was the contortionist, with the circus tent a very close second where siamese twin lambs were on display. but the tightrope stunt has been cancelled, the acrobat claimed he had doubts.

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“It’s a combination of factors,” you said and I turned away because I knew it for a fact that what was coming was a series of well structured statements most of which would turn out to be untrue. Not lies though. I never assumed you would lie. I began to admire the clothes on the …

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it was and end-of-summer sort of question. that is not to say that it had to be necessarily posed at the end of the summer. the two things, in this particular case, simply coincided. it had been a long ride. scattered with expertly picked arguments born out of adoration, nascent distrust swiftly translating itself into …

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inspection report no. 56-7558

Photograph of back of fuel pump. Meeting all safety requirements as per relevant provisions by Bureau of Standardization. Two water-proofing flaps, designed to cover keyholes on access doors, are open. Marks left by water streaming down after rain clearly visible under keyholes. Lower flap somewhat less open, potentially due to more wear to bit of …

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in between.

“So, can you commit?” “Sure, I can commit.” “So, how do you commit?” “I brush my teeth every day.” “Is that a commitment?” “Best you’ll ever have.” “How?” “Leap of faith.” “What?” “You assume there’s a tomorrow.” “Ah. Ok.” “See?”

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two-thirds

I roam the streets and take candid photographs of people close up so I can see their faces clearly. I am putting together a collection of facial expressions. I want to create a manual for emotionally challenged people so they can use my photos as reference when they want to show emotion. I already have …

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