My inner landscape III


October 2 2016 – Pentax K20D, 16-45mm.

It could be my inner self, it could be my innermost feelings. Or maybe it’s just the face of my own struggles, my own fears. My own demon in my inner landscape. It haunts me and I don’t know if it is possible to run from the inner self? I don’t think so. Maybe it’s better to just let things go.


  1. Your inner self…I know about the struggle with the inner self…the answer is probably in learning to love it and to see how special and perfect it is, You certainly found a perfect specimen that you could feel and affinity with. I love it.

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  2. I think it is very much so that being able to run from your inner self is a skill that only a few manage to do, and I am not sure it is a good thing in the end even do it is a struggle. Beautiful as always, and I think I have seen this tree before?


  3. This looks kind of familiar… ;) A place full of expression, excitement and fear, joy and death. Interesting feeling in this one, that elusiveness, created by movement. Nothing lasts… I conclude.

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    1. I knew you’d recognize it… ;)

      There’s a lot of symbolism in this, it tells you about life itself. And as you say, nothing lasts forever. Everything has an end… or a beginning. Depends on how you look at it.
      Joy and death – a beginning and an end.

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