Fotógrafo Freelance .
Interesses: Projetos Humanitários .
"Imagens para despertar a sensibilidade."
As cenas pulsam diante de meus olhos, então sei que devo registrar o momento antes que desvaneça; e assim compreendi que
"A beleza é eterna. A forma é efêmera."
A Fotografia é um Pretexto para me aproximar das pessoas, e junto com elas despertar para a compreensão de que somos uma grande família chamada Humanidade caminhando em busca da Iluminação...
Acredito nos princípios da
Carta do Mundo Livre: www.freeworldcharter.org/
e no Projeto Educação Proibida: www.educacionprohibida.org.ar/
Interestings: Humanitarian Projects
" Images to awaken sensibility."
The scenes pulse before my eyes, then I know I should record the moment before it fades; and so I understood that:
"Beauty is eternal. Form is ephemeral."
The Photography is a pretext to get close to people, and with them awaken to the realization that we are a large family called Humankind walking in search of Enlightenment ...
I believe in the principles of The Free World Charter: www.freeworldcharter.org/
and Forbidden Education Project: www.educacionprohibida.org.ar/
"Religion? Homeland? Race?
My religion is Love, my homeland is the World and my race is Humankind. "
- Photography Links
What does this Mount Rushmore mean to us Native Americans? It means that these big white faces are telling us, “First we gave you Native Americans a treaty that you could keep these Black Hills forever, as long as the sun would shine, in exchange for all the Dakotas, Wyoming, and Montana. Then we found the gold and took this last piece of land, because we were stronger, and there were more of us than there were of you, and because we had cannons and Gatling guns, while you hadn’t even progressed far enough to make a steel knife. And when you didn’t want to leave, we wiped you out, and those of you who survived we put on reservations. And then we took the gold out, a billion bucks, and we aren’t through yet. And because we like tourist dollars too, we have made your sacred Black Hills into one vast Disneyland. And after we did all this we carved up this mountain, the dwelling place of your spirits, and put our four gleaming white faces here. We are the conquerors.”
— Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions by Tȟáȟča Hušté and Richard Erdoes (via spamusubi)