PhotoPoem: “Passages in Moments”

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“Passages in Moments”

you saw the movement of two

forms silhouetting against

the gold and ancient

arches

and

Passage of Moments (front) Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma
Passage of Moments (front)
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

you began taking pictures

snapping adjustments

of shutter-timer

exposure

settings

and

Passage of Moments (middle) Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma
Passage of Moments (middle)
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

you caught the stillness

surrounding the gentle

motion of two spirits

communing

among the ruins

Passage of Moments (back) Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma
Passage of Moments (back)
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

and you realized you had

been talking to yourself

all along….

© felipe adan lerma 2012

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dVerse Poets Meeting the Bar Prompt : Exploring Second Person

hosted by : Victoria C. Slotto

i saw the prompt was for second person usage at dverse and thought, no idea what to do for that, then had this idea, hey, talking to oneself is a sort-of second person, so why not try that 😉

additionally, i wanted to use these three images of my wife sheila and claudia, who had come to paris on business for the day –

fortunately she had a couple hours we were able to meet with her with, and these are from a nearby church, just across from notre dame, st severin (i’ve placed a link below)

hand-holding a small compact and shooting without flash (restricted inside most churches & museums) is tricky enough for me, which i often somewhat solve using a two-second timer release, but –

this created blur motion of the two of them walking and chatting quietly in the chapel

turned out perfect 😉 and inspired the idea of motion in stillness

special thanks to victoria, hosting dverse, for the unexpectedly timely prompt 😉

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St Severin Paris

http://www.saint-severin.com/ – there’s an english flag for choosing english for the page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-S%C3%A9verin,_Paris

an old gothic looking solid structure full of angles, gargoyles, and solid walls on the outside –

filled with ancient timeless beauty on the inside!

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Next PhotoPoem Series, Austin Texas

two challenges for photopoems for austin :

1) i’ve lived there on and off for decades, so what’s new to shoot that “i” like?

2) we’ll be there at least a year (barring the unknown), so selectiveness and intermittent-ness will have to be major guiding key words 😉

both challenges are something i’ll, eventually if not immediately, find interesting 😉

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Site on Vacation December 15 (Paris) – Mid January 2012 (Austin)

taking a cue from the french tradition of, not only taking a month off during august, but doing so because it best fits their life styles 😉 my site and i are taking a vacation from blogging to finish our move from texas to vermont to paris to texas 😉

i will return, barring the unknown or need to either come back sooner or later, about mid january, from the self-proclaimed music capital of the world, austin texas

namaste – con dios – god be with you

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Paris PhotoPoem Posts

Paris : PhotoPoem # 1 : “Paris, a View from Starbucks”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 2 : “At the Quai of Notre Dame”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 3 : “Big Treats on Little Streets”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 4 : “Music at Shakespeare & Company”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 5 : “The Tuileries” With Photo-Essay

Paris : PhotoPoem # 6 : “Monet & Renoir at the Orangerie, Paris”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 7 : “Luxembourg Gardens” With Photo-Essay

Paris : PhotoPoem # 8 : “Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

PhotoPoem: “Passages in Moments”

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22 comments

  1. very clever and oh so familiar. i often catch myself talking to myself, especially when i’m angry… it’s soothing, helps me blow off steam.
    great idea wonderfully visualized.

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  2. Lovely pics and lovely gentle words Felipe. It is good to talk to ourselves – sometimes the only way to sort out a problem.

    Anna :o]

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