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On February 27 2004 16 Views
Yolima On 28/02/2004
Hi Ronni, thanks for your comment. It is so hard to decide on one`s own pictures. I do like that particular figure in the snow. I have two more of her; the long coat and the long hair, one can project all kids of fantaties into it. Perhaps you could expand on how fotolog inititiates a whole new way of communication across geographical and cultural boundaries. One of the young Dutch floggers came back recently profoundly shaken by his experiences of meeting a Brazilian flogger with whom he hada widely exposed virtual romance...I guess the reality he encountered was so much more than he had anticipated from exchanging photos, chats etc. I know from another friend a similar story although it had nothing to do with romantic expectations. It is just so interesting how we created our idea about a person based on the images they choose to show us....
Kacimari On 27/02/2004
ow darling... darling... stand by me... ow now now stand by me... =o) eh a unica coisa q eu sei dizer em ingles hauhauahuiah
Patty_gui On 27/02/2004
liked your city name.. i`ve lived in the USA last year as an exchange student and i learned all about greenwich stories ;)
Angelissima On 27/02/2004
is this a litolog?
"Echolalia" is an interactive installation based on images, sound and expressive typography.
What I am after is to create a bank of images related to the theme "Echo .
War is the plague that human beings bring upon themselves. It is also a plague we might be able to end. On any given day since you and I were born, some part of the world has been at warin 2003 the total number of open conflicts was thirty. In the twentieth century at least 108 million people died in wars. Of the 20 largest military budgets on earth, 14 belong to developing countries. The United States spends more on its military than the next 16 countries combined