Franz Kafka wrote: The world can be looked upon as good only from where it was created, for only there was it said: it is good, and only from there can it be condemned and destroyed. All these photographs of the land and people were taken for someone to see. They need no explanation. It is not important what I intended my photographs to say. What is important is what those who look at them feel.
|Formát||250 x 340|
|Prekladateľ||Heather Trebatická, Robert Russell, Malcolm Pasley|