Sarantonton, originally uploaded by Macreando.

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Coccinella algerica.
Sony A580
Minolta 100mm 2.8 macro
75mm Kenko tubes
ISO 1600

Autor: David Marquina Reyes
Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives




Untitled, originally uploaded by *Nishe.

"We question our sanity, determine we’ve gone mad, and fall into the pit of spent life. What do I want? That is the most difficult question, when really I have two very conflicting answers. One which will kill me, and at times this seems to be the most desirable.”
— Anna Westin’s Journal (quote via: http://sicklythin.tumblr.com)


Cut.Down.(again). . . . We continue to lose our way, and the importance of legend and primal truth become lost within the storm of human nature.

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Too often I search for deeper meaning. Too often this is only my futile hope that the surface is only a part of the story and the true meaning is somehow hidden within its subatomic surface of memory. There are some areas of thought and land that mean exactly what they are trying to convey. It feels terribly empty and sad. Is nothing sacred any more?