Monthly Archives: April 2014

Inspiration – Capturing What You See

Of all the forms of visual art, photography is unique in that it has the ability to capture moments in real-time, as they are happening, virtually instantaneously. Since it’s invention, the photographic camera has been used to capture moments from … Continue reading

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The Formula of the Fantastic (Part 2 of 2)

Alexander von Humboldt, as characterized by Kehlmann in Measuring the World, is a different type of man from Gauss all together. Kehlmann represents him as a man determined to classify, calculate, and quantify the world around him; and never to … Continue reading

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Belief

Belief is a force more powerful than any other, as often misplaced as it is wisely bestowed. It has the potential to move mountains, topple governments, and resurrect the dead; in short, the strength to do the impossible. An emotion … Continue reading

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