I’ll never get tired of Zion National Park in Utah. It’s a beautiful place to spend time with your family and friends. Trails are designed for all kinds of hikers: whether you want to bring a kids stroller or go deep into the wildness – you’ll find a trail suitable for you. I’ve been there a couple of times driving to there from different states. Here is what I’ve got. Continue reading Getting to Zion National Park, Utah
Closely related to this factor is another feature characteristic of contemporary culture. Our whole culture is based on the appetite for buying, on the idea of a mutually favorable exchange. Modern man’s happiness consists in the thrill of looking at the shop windows, and in buying all that he can afford to buy, either for cash or on installments. Continue reading Importance of the object to the contrary of function
And yet I keep repeating this over and over in different words:
“The woman’s sexuality is reflected in her other characteristic responses to a man. She makes herself accessible to him and Continue reading Woman’s Sexuality
I think I saw how the end of humanity might look like.
I went to Niland, Ca which is close to Salton Sea to find a number of abandoned towns and trailer parks. The Solvation Mountain that is 3 miles north from Niland adds more hopelessness to this post apocalyptic scenery. Continue reading Salton Sea, CA
Have you ever used 120mm camera? I’ve got to use one.
This is Kodak Baby Brownie Special. The simplest camera I’ve ever used so far. No need to think about a shutter speed, focus and aperture – just press one button and roll to the next exposure. Continue reading Kodak Baby Brownie Special
Shooting in black and white requires more than just seeing an object – you need to see the object without color. Black and white film photography, as well as digital camera in monochrome, often seen as sad or moody. People tend to avoid it because it makes everything too serious; while I’d say it makes everything more genuine. Continue reading Canon AE-1, b/w