30 de abril de 2013

Me gusta.




Destensar los músculos, reír un poco. Hacer el ridículo en compañía; o en solitario para ocasiones especiales.
Enfrentar el sol como un valiente (estúpido) y ganarle en una batalla de pestañear primero.
Correr y sortear las penas y el cansancio.
Anhelar el futuro como un niño y añorar el pasado con la intensidad de un octogenario. 
Beber un café, fumar un cigarro, escuchar la monotonía cambiante de las olas, sentir el frío erizar cada vello del cuerpo. 
Querer. 
Querer dando abrazos, querer soltando disparates, querer debatiendo con opiniones. Querer con el silencio.
Querer a la distancia.


Ber.

27 de abril de 2013

B.




"El futuro que tenías ayer no es el mismo futuro que tendrás mañana."

Rant, de Chuck Palahniuk


"The future you have, tomorrow, won't be the same future you had, yesterday."

Rant, by Chuck Palahniuk





Ber.

22 de abril de 2013

Color me uppp









Hace cosa de una semana le hice estas fotos a Laura, una cara conocida en mi blog que ya visteis antes aquí.
Fotos tomadas por mí

I shot these about a week ago. She's Laura, a familiar face on my blog you saw here before.
Photos taken by me



Ber.

10 de abril de 2013

Everybody's gotta learn sometimes.




La constante indiferencia en la que vivía empezó a consumirla sigilosamente, como la picadura letal de una pequeña araña.
Había dejado de ser ella para convertirse en muchas personas diferentes.
Y de repente, sucedió.
Despertó de un sueño demasiado largo para darse de bruces con la vida.





Ber.

1 de abril de 2013

Photography: Ashley Hershberger

Ashley Hershberger

    (Entrevista en español al final de esta entrada)

Two years ago Ashley Hershberger started taking pictures with a "tiny point and shoot". She soon realized it was a perfect way to unleash a creativity that had been cultivated thanks to the inspiration of books, music or even life experiences and dreams.

Her work is deep, enigmatic and carefully worked. Each photo is capable of telling a unique story and transmitting many different feelings we may feel identified with. 

Although Hershberger plays with the concepts of home and travel, she still haven't found her own style as she says her photography is a cluster of her "inner chaos".




How did you first start in photography?

I first started photography by just going out and taking pictures with a tiny point and shoot two and a half years ago during the summer. I had recently stumbled across Flickr and was exposed to all these amazing photographs and I instantly knew that this was something I wanted to do.



What inspires your work?
A lot of my photographs are actually based off of things that I’ve written. So I’m very inspired by those things that I write which are most of the times based off of dreams and real life events that I go through. Also, I’m very inspired by music, books, movies, anything that tells a story.




How would you define your personal style that distinguish your work?

I think that my own personal style hasn’t really been developed completely yet. I feel like right now, my work is just a cluster of all the chaos that goes on inside my head. I do however really focus on the theme of travel and home and the link between those two things a lot and therefore, I would consider those two things to be a small part of my “style”.



What have you learned from your experience as a photographer?

 I have learned so many things and it would take me forever to talk about it all. But aside from all the technical things about photography and the business surrounding it, I've learned that the people you meet doing something you love, are some of the best people you'll ever meet. They will really change your life.




Would you like to say something to the readers?
Never stop dreaming, never give up, and always believe in yourself.




If you liked this check out Ashley's Facebook and Flickr.





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