“There is a certain group of people who have existed and continue to exist in the world. For a long time they have managed to establish and to maintain structures and standards, which are only conducive to them, for everyone else to follow like sheep without questioning the nature of things. These rules, laws and standards are a malady and the problem with this kind of disease is that it prevents people, especially artistic personages, from being themselves, from expressing their ideas, notions, and views, from pursuing the kind of life they would like to live” – Unathi Slasha (South African writer/poet).
“I like light, colour, luminosity. I like things full of colour and vibrant.” – Oscar de la Renta
(Photo of tonight’s sunset at Sandy’s Glen in the Overberg, Western Cape, South Africa.
“It is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.” ― George Eliot.
“Serenity is knowing that your worst shot is still pretty good.” – Johnny Miller
(Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity)
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer”. Ansel Adams
“A photographer always sees more”.
The first of visualised book related quotes in co-junction with ‘South Africa’s most unusual and quirky bookshop‘ which is NOT in Cape Town, Durban or J’burg BUT in Hermanus …
“One learns to itch where one can scratch”, – Scott Reed