☮ United States. ☭
I hold on to memories because they're the only things that never really ☪hange.
Just searching hard for my one true love, or maybe №t even searching at all...
Pieter Hugo’s “Kin” is the photographer’s closer look into his motherland and a personal approach to the incredible human diversity surrounding him. Hugo’s photo series from South Africa depicts the issues of race, social status, economical despair, sexuality and his own place in such “fractured, schizophrenic, wounded, and problematic place”.
Despite being complicated in content, Hugo’s photographs carry a distinctly serene, calming style and the sense of connection between the photographer, camera and the subject. Regardless of who’s in frame, an unknown homeless drifter, domestic servant, or his pregnant wife, Hugo captures their essence and tension in a simple static shot.
I’m praying for rain.
The next door vacationers
Pray for bright, clear days.
Lil Adventure of the day :)