Josef Sudek along with Francisco Manuel Oller two highly underrated artist. Artist that can take a common theme an average person takes for granted, elevates the image to a great human level for everyone to understand. Inspired by the joy of examining their works, can't help but notice how well immersed I become hooked, I'm enchanted by not just the surface most people see, which is stunning but it's as though you're in the room swatting the fly off the table and smelling the freshness of fruits or bread bursting with expression exciting the eyes. immediately there is a presents fragility, a sense of vulnerability so alive yet perishing. Sounds familiar take time to look you just might see/feel beyond a cluster of bananas on a hook?
at 11:13 PM Posted by Marco Munoz Jaramillo
A gasp of air at the site of what has remained from the abrupt shaking of the earth at this part of the world specifically Bahia de Caraquez, Ecuador. Here are pictures of the rebuilding of a small church not far from the Cross at the top of the hill (pictured from the view at the top of the cross) that overlooks the seaside village Bahia de Caraquez. There are also pictures of outreach of hope and message of salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ.
at 4:30 PM Posted by Marco Munoz Jaramillo