Test my taste
Sep30

Test my taste

Last summer I visited the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. I love the building designed by Frank Gehry, like a fantastic and giant metallic boat, which reflects the color and the light of the sky in its incredible facade. I know pretty well the interesting pieces of contemporary art they exhibit permanently, because I have been there several times. The day I went this summer there were two temporary exhibitions: one with a serial...

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Gonzalo
Sep30

Gonzalo

He was always cheerful, making jokes about almost everything, although his life had not been easy. Easy going, at work he was a good team player. I was many times the target of his jokes at the newsroom. At the beginning I didn’t know how to take it. But soon I didn’t care. I answered with more jokes. We shared many laughs. We become good friends. He was married and he had a six month baby who was his treasure. He was proud of his boy...

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Give me what I need
Sep30

Give me what I need

A small, slim, black woman, was begging for alms in Castro street , San Francisco. All she had , was her filthy clothes and a plastic cup in his hands with some dimes. She was obviously a homeless, and by her looks probably very sick, maybe AIDS. She didn’t have neither a shopping cart with belongings. Nothing. Her clothes and her plastic cup. That was all. She was sitting in a bench looking to nowhere with a tired expression in her...

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Cee’s fun photo challenge: Purple
Sep30

Cee’s fun photo challenge: Purple

Cee’s fun Photo Challenge:...

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A world of silence

She smiles most of the time and nods now and then when somebody addresses her. But I know she has no clue of what they are saying. She’s completely deaf. She lives in a world of silence, isolated of the outer space. A strange world, full of solitude, no matter how many people are around her. She spends lots of time reading and living in her memories. Long time ago she was a succesful woman, with an intense professional and family...

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