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Archive July 2009


July 31, 2009 by · No comments

Photo: lmaji Morning comes out of the blue with free freshness and a babble of dying stars. The stairwell smells of coffee. Behind doors people are weightless. At bus stops they nestle against invisible pillows and hope to hear a voice announce False start. Morning is cancelled. Back to bed, all of you. Translated into […]

Multimedia Box: The Thousand Hand Dance

July 30, 2009 by · No comments

This fascinating minishow “The 1000 Hands Show” is performed by Chinese dancers and made its debut at the Paralympic closing ceremonies in 2004. The incredibly sycronized performance features 21 deaf-mute dancers that are guided by a trainer in each of the four corners of the stage. The lead dancer is Tai Lihua, a 29 year-old […]

7 Steps of Jazz

July 30, 2009 by · 1 comment

Tihomir Ignatov’s interview with Hristo Yotzov Mr. Yotzov, tell a little more about yourself. Why you chose the profession of musician? I will try to outline myself in a few sentences. I grew up in a family of classical musicians. Many times before people ask me, how is it possible in this classical environment that […]

Never Walk Alone

July 29, 2009 by · 1 comment

Yassen Vassilev To Ajabez your voices cross my head sift the holy out of the world possess mountain peaks biblical cities and the three crosses of golgotha echoes from the rocks of kamen briag and somehow I know that I will never ever walk alone

Small Journeys: Reflections while traveling in central Kentucky – Part 2 out of 5

July 27, 2009 by · 2 comments

Roger Conner Jr Sequel On Sunday morning I awoke early, restless to do something. Still not hungry, but the hotel promised a nice brunch, and I did not want to miss the opportunity to check out the dining room which had been highly recommended by friends and press alike. Finding my mood, I realized I […]

Artist of the Week – Lara Alegre: “What I like to shoot the most is loneliness, tenderness, and love (or lack of love).”

July 26, 2009 by · 6 comments

An interview with Lara Alegre by Ani Vasileva Her name is Lara, she is from Barcelona, and she is in love with photography. It was not a love at first sight… She started taking photos seriously about three years ago, and since then she haven’t stopped. She see poetry in photography. What she love the […]


July 25, 2009 by · No comments

Tanya Kolyovska Photo: Ctd 2005 For Krassi I The rainbow loses all stability if you hurl it belly down. II The street was expressive – with shades in the eyes and the spilt over skies. III A talking olive tree. Translated from Bulgarian by Valentin Krustev

Apolonia Castilla: Photography for Me is a Pleasure

July 24, 2009 by · 2 comments

Mariana Velichkova’s interview with the photographer Apolonia Castilla Please tell us more about your path into photography. I started with photography at the age of 9 when I bought a compact camera. I had a couple of compact cameras for 20 years and I bought a SLR camera and several Practika filters and developed personal […]

Multimedia Box – Dynamic of nature

July 23, 2009 by · No comments

Everything around us is changing … with every hour, every minute, and every second. Even we are not the same. Today I was watching the restless rain … – scattering its heavy water bars over the thirsty summer ground and every drop trickling down the window was bringing the fragrance of the perpetual dynamic.

Small Journeys: Reflections while traveling in central Kentucky – Part 1 out of 5

July 21, 2009 by · 3 comments

Roger Conner Jr Ostensibly the trip should have been a rather mundane one, even boring; a drive to Richmond and Lexington, Kentucky to attend the twin college commencement ceremonies of two dear friends, but for me it was much more than that. I had made part of the trip before and would be familiar with […]

Artist of the Week – Andrew Birch

July 20, 2009 by · No comments

Who is Andrew Birch? Andrew Birch is just an ordinary man, with an extraordinary hobby… born in England in 1971 and raised in a working class family on the outskirts of London. “I first became seriously interested in digital photography and photo-editing at the start of 2006. Since that time I have followed a steep […]

Waiting all afternoon the dark

July 19, 2009 by · No comments

Simon Perchik Photo: ` TheDreamSky Waiting all afternoon the dark is treated the way a parasite dreads shells and emptiness though a blue residue cools the sky spreads out so its light everywhere can run just so fast from the blindness children still count on their hands

Going West

July 18, 2009 by · No comments

Roger Craik Photo: .beth That winter, four years after your marriage broke down in all but name – but name to you was everything – and you were dithering still, unable to divorce or even to discuss divorce but marveling, instead, at each succeeding apercu for months – yes, months – on end for what […]

Tiago Ribeiro: “The hardest part is capturing the soul, the essence of people!”

July 17, 2009 by · 4 comments

An interview with Tiago Ribeiro by Ani Vasileva His name is Tiago Ribeiro and he is 25 years old. He has a Master in Informatics and he is the co-founder of Seegno. He’s also still very involved with student communities through Lappiz. A little over a year ago, with the academic life a bit past […]

New Year, 2002

July 16, 2009 by · 1 comment

Roger Craik Photo: Untitled blue Today you leave (I’ve known of this for months and therefore can’t complain) For the beach house by the sea Where he will pass the days and evening with TV, And you with books, Or so you say. You will go for walks, together. You will never be alone. Perhaps […]

Poems by Ivan Kulekov Part II

July 16, 2009 by · No comments

Photo: striatic Today the weather will be nice… I’ll take off my shoes. I might cut my toenails… I like to cut my nails and also to scrape my heels. In general, I enjoy the pleasures life offers… I’m not one of those who believe in reincarnation, and when the weather’s nice, I don’t miss […]

Multimedia Box: Aurora Borealis

July 16, 2009 by · No comments

Nature’s fascinating artwork called Aurora Borealis or Australis (Northern or Southern Polar Lights), is created by solar activity. Charged particles (protons and electrons) get detached from Sun’s atmosphere and flow into space; that flow is called solar wind. Aurora is produced by the interaction of that wind with the magnetosphere (Earth’s magnetic field), which results […]


July 15, 2009 by · 1 comment

Whitney Groves Photo: erix! As she rode down the highway at sixty miles an hour, Darla had no trouble believing that she was riding on air. Every time she opened her eyes to check, she was a little surprised to find herself in the back seat of Donny’s Delta 88. Mostly, she kept her eyes […]

Turkey-Cock Dance

July 14, 2009 by · No comments

Tanya Kolyovska Photo: normanack Carmen looks like a little old wife now used to what comes in her life. But her turkey mate stomps, he’ll split the earth because that’s the way he makes love.

Artist of the Week: Michel Seguret

July 12, 2009 by · 5 comments

Mariana Velichkova’s interview with the photographer Michel Seguret What is photography for you? Photography is my passion, friendly to all other activities. Photography is also my life companion. It keeps track of what has been and will never be again, an emotional release too, it’s my way of expressing quite instinctively what surprises or pleases […]