"You white men are lost. You don't understand the land. Too many silly questions. Your presence on this earth will come to an end. You have no sense. No purpose. No direction."
Where The Green Ants Dream (1984, Werner Herzog), Quote: Miliritbi (played by Wandjuk Marika)
Associating is a strange phenomenon. Sometimes a line from a song or poem comes straight into my mind when I see a photo I've made. When my wife saw this photo yesterday, that I had made half an hour before, the first thing she said was: 'Where The Green Ants Dream'.
Images of that movie immediately came to my mind, and although this photo has no direct relationship to it, the title stuck in my head for this photo.
It fits perfectly for me...
'Where The Green Ants Dream' is a new photo in the collection 'Secret Places'.
Prints available in the collection 'Secret Places' ( my Abstract realistic forestscape photography collection at Saatchi Art)
Exhausted waves collapse after touching the clear blue sky
The wind gets stronger and pushes the waves to greater heights before they break.
'Touching The Sky (2)' is a new photo in the collection 'Infinite Sea'.
I made this photo in the summer of 2017, standing on the beach along the North Sea near the hamlet Vangså. This area -including the beach and dunes- is part of the nature reserve National Park Thy in northwest Jutland, Denmark.
Prints available in the collection 'Infinite Sea' ( my Abstract realistic seascape photography collection at Saatchi Art)
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