The Red Ribbon

The Red Ribbon
She no longer knew how many times she had heard the legend of the red thread; she didn’t know how many times she had sat in silence while someone was talking about it. She didn’t know how many times she had met someone who had told her that, somewhere around the world, there was someone ...

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Happy Friday the 13th!

Happy Friday the 13th!
Today is Friday the 13th! Yes, I might be overemphasizing it or maybe I am just too excited, but it isn’t something that happens every month. Anyway, I wanted to do something special for this Friday the 13th, but between a sun worthy of the month of August and a few wasps that haunted us, ...

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From Light and Darkness

From Light and Darkness
Last weekend we made a day trip to Killarney with the intention of visiting the Natural Park, or at least as much of it as we could considering the public transport strike. For this reason we had to walk around the city to get to the entrance of the Park, and in that small walk ...

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The Life of Spring

The Life of Spring
Walking the same path everyday has a risk, because we become accustomed to everything that surrounds us. Seeing everyday the same landscape has a risk, because we are not aware of the little changes that are taking place around us. Every year, during the month of March, those changes are more visible because bit by ...

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Details

07. February 2017 Photography 1
Details
We have the terrible habit of just looking at the things as a whole, of looking only at the general image of what surrounds us. We seldom notice the small details that make up this great canvas and, therefore, we are rarely able to appreciate the great beauty they hide.           ...

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Fragments

Fragments
I woke up again that night, I woke up unsettled and confused, and I woke up without being able to distinguish between dream and reality. For a moment I thought it was just the same as always, I thought that the strange dream I was having had been able to unsettled me as much as ...

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Across the Mirror

Across the Mirror
[…] The air got caught in my lungs and my heart stopped beating for a moment, that forest that stood in front of me had nothing to do with what I had imagined from the distant window of my chamber. The trees that grew there were so tall that I felt tiny and insignificant under ...

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