The Art of the Steal is a very amazing look into the complexities of destruction. I hope anyone and everyone who loves art will watch and be taken by what happened to the collection of Dr. Barnes. You can rent it on Netfilx if you want to.
After watching it myself I found my fingers at google researching a bit about it and found myself on their website in a photograph by Lisa Kereszi. So I contacted them to let them know I would like to donate my work also.
There’s this ruin of a house down the hill from me that burned in a brush fire back in the ’60’s. The stairs and some semblance of foundation is still there and it reminds me a bit of the steps to the sea in Kings Landing, The fictional capital city of Westeros in Game of Thrones, complete with the godswood and everything. YES! I’m a fantasy geek! And I wish George R. R. Martin would put out the next book because Danerys is still sitting there in the Dothraki Sea staring down Khal Jhogo with Drogon, her fierce black dragon. OK, time to shut up and enjoy some photos I made with Carlotta.
The photos were made with a Nikon FM, a Diana, a Rolleicord, and a LensBaby (on the Nikon of course) and some other lens… forget. I experimented a bit with the Rollei in the blurry images and really like the sparkle fairy stuff that happened with the light. I like dreamy stuff.